What is VERAY?

I,. Fr. True. An old form of vrai. Thus, veray, or true, tenant, is one who holds in fee-simple; veiny tenant by the manner, is the same as tenant by the manner, (q. v.,) with this difference only: that the fee-simple, instead of remaining in the lord, is given by him or by the law to another. Ham. N. P. 303, 304.

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