bailleur

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bailleur m (plural bailleurs)

  1. (historical) a landowner who let uncultivated parcels of land to a lessee in a crop-sharing system in early Middle Ages
  2. a lessor in general

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Hugh Johnson, Vintage: The Story of Wine pg 116. Simon and Schuster 1989

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