fief

Bailie vs Fief - What's the difference?

bailie | fief |


As nouns the difference between bailie and fief

is that bailie is (scotland) a bailiff while fief is an estate held of a superior on condition of military service.

Fief vs Lease - What's the difference?

fief | lease |


As nouns the difference between fief and lease

is that fief is an estate held of a superior on condition of military service while lease is falsehood; a lie or lease can be an open pasture or common or lease can be a contract granting use or occupation of property during a specified period in exchange for a specified rent or lease can be the place at which the warp-threads cross on a loom.

As a verb lease is

(chiefly dialectal) to gather or lease can be to tell lies; tell lies about; slander; calumniate or lease can be to release; let go; unloose or lease can be to operate or live in some property or land through purchasing a long-term contract (or leasehold) from the owner (or freeholder).

As an adjective lease is

false; lying; deceptive.

Domain vs Fief - What's the difference?

domain | fief | Synonyms |

Domain is a synonym of fief.


As nouns the difference between domain and fief

is that domain is domain (dns domain name) while fief is an estate held of a superior on condition of military service.

Fief vs Turf - What's the difference?

fief | turf |


As nouns the difference between fief and turf

is that fief is an estate held of a superior on condition of military service while turf is a layer of earth covered with grass; sod.

As a verb turf is

to create a lawn by laying turfs.

Fief vs Cleft - What's the difference?

fief | cleft |


As nouns the difference between fief and cleft

is that fief is an estate held of a superior on condition of military service while cleft is an opening, fissure, or v-shaped indentation made by or as if by splitting.

As a verb cleft is

(cleave).

Territory vs Fief - What's the difference?

territory | fief | Related terms |

Territory is a related term of fief.


As nouns the difference between territory and fief

is that territory is a large extent or tract of land; a region; a country; a district while fief is an estate held of a superior on condition of military service.

Fief vs Clemese - What's the difference?

fief | clemese |

Fief vs Dimense - What's the difference?

fief | dimense |


As a noun fief

is an estate held of a superior on condition of military service.

Bailiwick vs Fief - What's the difference?

bailiwick | fief |


As nouns the difference between bailiwick and fief

is that bailiwick is the district within which a bailie or bailiff has jurisdiction while fief is an estate held of a superior on condition of military service.

Kief vs Fief - What's the difference?

kief | fief |


As nouns the difference between kief and fief

is that kief is while fief is an estate held of a superior on condition of military service.

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