mann-rǽdenn
Morphological Analysis
Wordclass: Noun
Gender: Feminine
In the OE text, the length is:indicated by acute accentsindicated by macronsnot indicated.
mann-rǽdenn
-rǽden, e; f. I. homage, the condition of being another's man (v. mann, II.) Ðá cwǽdon úre frínd ðæt wé cómon tó eówre manrǽdene then our friends said that we should come and make submission to you, Jos. 9, 11. Ealle hig bugon tó Israéla manrǽdene, 13, l. 5: Th. An. 120, 27. Sum man deófle mannrǽdene befæste a certain man sold himself to the devil, Honnl. Th. i. 448, 15. [Hé dyde ðætealle ða heáfodmæn on Normandig dydon manrǽden his sunu Willelme, Chr. 1115; Erl. 245, 12. Cf. Hí hadden him manréd maked, 1137; Erl. 261, 32. Laym. he heora monredne onfeng.] II. service or dues paid by the tenant to the owner Ðæt is ǽrest of ðam lande æt Nigon hídon seó mannrédden intó Tantún, cirhsceattas ..., Chart. Th. 432, 22.
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