feorm-fultum

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Etymology[edit]

From Old English feormfultum (food-assistance), from feorm (provision) (see farm) + fultum (aid, assistance).

Noun[edit]

feorm-fultum (plural feorm-fultumas or feorm-fultums)

  1. (Anglo-Saxon) In Anglo-Saxon law, a tax for the king's sustentation as he went through his realm.