Definition of Halimot

1. the court of a guild [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Halimot

halichondrin
halicore
halicores
halid
halide
halides
halidom
halidome
halidomes
halidoms
halids
halier
haliers
halieutic
halieutics
halimot (current term)
halimote
halimotes
halimots
haline
haling
haliographer
haliography
haliotis
haliotoid
haliphagia
halirenium
halireniums
halirift
halisauria

Literary usage of Halimot

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1. Bibliotheca Ms. Stowensis: A Descriptive Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the by Charles O'Conor (1819)
"Spelman says that the word halimot is not quite obsolete, for amongst the Rolls of the Earl of Leicester's Court, he saw some entitled on the margins by ..."

2. The Gilds and Companies of London by George Unwin (1908)
"The fishmongers boldly claim that their halimot is a public court. The weavers claim a private court by charter. The charter indeed says nothing of a court. ..."

3. Munimenta Gildhallæ Londoniensis: Liber albus, Liber custumarum, et Liber Horn by Henry Thomas Riley, John Carpenter, London Guildhall, Great Britain Public Record Office, British Library (1859)
"... the \\ est Vish A quele halimot vendront touz lez ... Et lun halimot soit tenu a Fount, et lautre a West- ..."

4. The Publications of the Selden Society by Selden Society (1889)
"In the thirteenth century however it is generally spelt halimot, and Dr. Skeat tells me that this points, not to 'hall-moot,' but ..."

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