Definition of Halimots
1. halimot [n] - See also: halimot
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Halimots
Literary usage of Halimots
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Law Times (1882)
"74) of about twenty-five pages to this subject. It is entitled Of Ecclesiastical Courts, anciently called halimots (ie, Holy Courts), ..."
2. Bibliotheca Ms. Stowensis: A Descriptive Catalogue of the Manuscripts in the by Charles O'Conor (1819)
"This is one of the most valuable MSS. extant on the subject of halimots, as it is perhaps the oldest known, that gives the forms of proceedings in those ..."
3. The Gilds of China: With an Account of the Gild Merchant Or Co-hong of Canton by Hosea Ballou Morse (1909)
"... the feudal lord (in London the sheriff) appointed bailiffs to preside over the craft halimots and to collect the lord's tolls, but their authority was ..."