Socage vs Soke - What's the difference?

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Socage is a related term of soke.


In obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between socage and soke

is that socage is (obsolete) in the middle ages, a system whereby a tenant would pay a rent or do some agricultural work for the landlord while soke is (obsolete) a district under a particular jusridiction.

As nouns the difference between socage and soke

is that socage is (obsolete) in the middle ages, a system whereby a tenant would pay a rent or do some agricultural work for the landlord while soke is (obsolete) any of several medieval rights, either to hold a court, or to receive fines.

socage

English

Alternative forms

* soccage

Noun

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  • (obsolete) In the Middle Ages, a system whereby a tenant would pay a rent or do some agricultural work for the landlord.
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  • soke

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (obsolete) Any of several medieval rights, either to hold a court, or to receive fines.
  • (obsolete) A district under a particular jusridiction.
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