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From feudō (enfeoff), from feudum (fief).


feudātōrius (feminine feudātōria, neuter feudātōrium); first/second declension

  1. feudatory, feudal
    • 1849, Cambrian Archaeological Association, Archaeologia Cambrensis, Volume 4, page 37
      [] quæ quidem luculentius certiusque quam dubitari posset, hanc villulam una cum Tre'r beirdd a Cœnobio de Bethcelert dominico et feudatorio nexu dependere recenset
      [] which shrews beyond all doubt that the township in question, together with Tre'r beirdd, depended by lordly and feudal obligation upon the monastery of Beddgelert.
  2. (substantive) vassal, homager, feudatory
    • 1789, Gilbert White, The Natural History and Antiquities of Selborne
      servitium, quo feudatorii grana ſua ad Domini molendinum, ibi molenda perferre, ex conſuetudine, aſtringuntur
      Servitude, whereby vassals are forced to carry their grains to the feudal lord's mill, therein to be ground, in accordance with custom.


First/second declension.

Number Singular Plural
Case / Gender Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuter
nominative feudātōrius feudātōria feudātōrium feudātōriī feudātōriae feudātōria
genitive feudātōriī feudātōriae feudātōriī feudātōriōrum feudātōriārum feudātōriōrum
dative feudātōriō feudātōriō feudātōriīs
accusative feudātōrium feudātōriam feudātōrium feudātōriōs feudātōriās feudātōria
ablative feudātōriō feudātōriā feudātōriō feudātōriīs
vocative feudātōrie feudātōria feudātōrium feudātōriī feudātōriae feudātōria


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