cyne-gild
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cyne-gild
Substitute: The fine paid for slaying a king. It consisted of two parts, the wergild, which belonged to the kindred (mágas), and the cyne-bót, of like amount, which belonged to the people (leóde) For þám cynedóme gebirað óðer swilc tó bóte on cynegilde (cf. cynges gild, 180, 2), Ll. Th. i. 190, 8. [Cf. the entry in the Chronicle underthe year 694, which mentions the payment made to Ine by the men of Kent in atonement for the burning of Mul.]
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