merchet

Terms vs Merchet - What's the difference?

terms | merchet |


As nouns the difference between terms and merchet

is that terms is while merchet is (obsolete) in middle ages england, a fine paid to a lord on a daughter's marriage, in recompense for the loss of a worker.

Marchet vs Merchet - What's the difference?

marchet | merchet |


As nouns the difference between marchet and merchet

is that marchet is while merchet is (obsolete) in middle ages england, a fine paid to a lord on a daughter's marriage, in recompense for the loss of a worker.

Lord vs Merchet - What's the difference?

lord | merchet |


As a proper noun lord

is .

As a noun merchet is

(obsolete) in middle ages england, a fine paid to a lord on a daughter's marriage, in recompense for the loss of a worker.

England vs Merchet - What's the difference?

england | merchet |


As a proper noun england

is the region of the island of great britain which is to the east of wales and the south of scotland; one of the constituent countries of the united kingdom.

As a noun merchet is

(obsolete) in middle ages england, a fine paid to a lord on a daughter's marriage, in recompense for the loss of a worker.