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Sorry? A liege is both the vassal AND the lord? Surely "leige lord" means "lord of his lieges", thus not appropriate as the definition of liege?


Perhaps I'm misremembering this, but don't some sources trace Old French lige back to Latin ligatus, from ligo (to bind)? Mglovesfun (talk) 13:45, 19 September 2011 (UTC)

Why is only [i:dʒ] listed as a rhyme? For some, [i:ʒ] is a rhyme. (Is [i:ʒ] RP or only [i:dʒ}?)