Definition of Socmen

1. Noun. (plural of socman) ¹



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Definition of Socmen

1. socman [n] - See also: socman

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Socmen

sockman
sockmen
socko
sockpuppet
sockpuppeteer
sockpuppeteers
sockpuppetry
sockpuppets
socks
socky
socle
socles
socman
socmanry
socmans
socmen (current term)
socs
socspeak
sod a dog
sod all
sod house
sod it
sod off
sod slabs
soda
soda-acid
soda acid
soda ash

Literary usage of Socmen

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1. Lectures on the Constitution and Laws of England: With a Commentary on Magna by Francis Stoughton Sullivan, Gilbert Stuart (1805)
"... the predecessors of the socmen or socage tenants in the feudal monarchy....Villeins in gross and villeins belonging to the land of-the Lord. ..."

2. Labor and Capital: Containing an Account of the Various Organizations of by Emory Adams Allen (1891)
"Introduction of Feudalism—The Doomsday Survey—The condition of a Villan—His duties—His relations to the Lord—The Cotters—Slaves—socmen—Free ..."

3. A Topographical History of the County of Leicester: The Ancient Part by John Curtis (1831)
"... there were 3 socmen with a plough.1 In the reign of Henry III. ... 1 servant, 28 socmen, 4 villans and 4 bordars, had 6 ploughs ; there was a mill and ..."

4. The Inquisitiones Post Mortem for the County of Worcester by Great Britain Court of Chancery, John William Willis Bund (1894)
"Walter Brown, another of the said fifteen socmen, does twice as much work ... other fourteen socmen for the whole year, except for the weeks of Christmas, ..."

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