- praedial tithes
- Tithes which were products of the soil.
Ballentine's law dictionary. Anderson, W.S.. 1998.
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praedial tithes — /priydiyal tay5z/ Such as arise merely and immediately from the ground; as grain of all sorts, hops, hay, wood, fruit, herbs … Black's law dictionary
tithes — Tenths; a species of incorporeal hereditaments, being the tenth part of the increase, yearly arising and renewing from the profits of lands, the stock upon lands, and the personal industry of the inhabitants, due the church for the support of the … Ballentine's law dictionary
small tithes — Praedial tithes, other than great tithes, and also mixed tithes and personal tithes … Ballentine's law dictionary
predial tithes — Same as praedial tithes … Ballentine's law dictionary
Churches, Endowments — In studying old deeds and records it is desirable to note the meaning of the following terms employed in the making of endowments : Dare et concedare, usual form of gift. Beneficium = endowment. Parochia = parochial endowment. Taxatio =… … Dictionary of London
pre|di|al — «PREE dee uhl», adjective. 1. consisting of la. 2. having to do with, arising from, or attached to land: »predial tithes, predial serfs. Also, praedial. ╂[< Medieval Latin praedialis < Latin praedium farm, estate] … Useful english dictionary