Definition of Theows

1. theow [n] - See also: theow



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Theows

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theosophies
theosophism
theosophist
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theosophizes
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theoterrorism
theotherapy
theow
theows (current term)
theoxenia
theque
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Literary usage of Theows

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1. A Short Constitutional History of England by H. St. Clair Feilden (1895)
"(b) Wile theows, reduced to servitude for crime, neglect w;1c to pay a fine, or voluntary ... theows The slaves were the absolute property of their master, ..."

2. The English Village Community Examined in Its Relations to the Manorial and by Frederic Seebohm (1905)
"THE theows OR SLAVES ON THE LORD'S DEMESNE. One word must be said of the theows or slaves on the lord's demesne — the thane's inland — lest we should ..."

3. A Short Constitutional History of England by Henry St. Clair Feilden (1895)
"The Thralls, theows, or Slaves were of two kinds— slaves. ... (b) Wife theows, reduced to servitude for crime, neglect wue to pay a fine, or voluntary sale. ..."

4. A Short Constitutional History of England by Henry St. Clair Feilden (1895)
"The Thralls, theows, or Slaves were of two kinds— slaves. ... (6) Wile theows, reduced to servitude for crime, neglect wite to pay a fine, or voluntary sale ..."

5. Reeves' History of the English Law, from the Time of the Romans to the End by John Reeves, William Francis Finlason (1879)
"The distinction between them seems to be, that though they were quite different from the "theows," or slaves, they were a species of serf, ..."

6. The English Village Community Examined in Its Relations to the Manorial and by Frederic Seebohm (1896)
"The theows were slaves, bought and sold in the market, and exported from ... Some of the theows were slaves • by birth. But it seems to have been a not ..."

7. Chambers's Edinburgh Journal by William Chambers, Robert Chambers (1845)
"It sometimes happened that a man who had no theows of his own, bought one, ... The theows sometimes saved sufficient money to purchase their own freedom and ..."

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