aillt

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from Welsh [Term?].

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Noun[edit]

aillt (plural aillts)

  1. A semi-servile class among the Cymry.
    • 1924, Bromfield and Yale, Wales (Lordship), The first extent of Bromfield and Yale, A, Part 1315, page 19:
      ... but the laws and the Extents make us acquainted with another class, somewhat akin to the manorial serf of England, the aillt class.