Definition of Demayne
1. demaine [n -S] - See also: demaine
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Demayne
Literary usage of Demayne
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Record Series (Yorkshire Archaeological Society) by Yorkshire Archaeological Society (1904)
"ance 440 acres and 160 acres of the King's demayne, and is farmor to the prebend. He dwelleth att Rampton in Nott., which he hath by his wife, the daughter ..."
2. A Chorographical Description of West Or H-Iar Connaught: Written A.D. 1684 by Roderic O'Flaherty, James Hardiman (1846)
"That Sir Tho1 le Strange shall have 6 q™ free, as a demayne to his house or towne of Derran in the baronie of Roscommon. " That John Crofton shall have 6 q™ ..."
3. The O'Conors of Connaught: An Historical Memoir by John O'Donovan, Charles Owen O'Conor O'Conor Don (1891)
"That Sir Tho* le Strange shall have 6 quarters free as a demayne to his house or town of Derran, in the baronie of Roscommon. " That John Crofton shall have ..."
4. Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of by Chetham Society (1876)
"... ye demayne wood and the woode of Sir Richard Vernon beginning from ... the lades (q? lords) demayne and the ..."