A ME

A ME

a me (ay mee). [Latin] From me. ? This phrase was used in feudal grants to denote tenure held directly of the chief lord. The phrase is short for a me de superiore meo (ay mee dee s[y]oo-peer-ee-or-ee mee-oh), meaning ¡°from me of my superior.¡± Cf. DE ME.
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