FRATRIAGE

FRATRIAGE

fratriage (fra-tree-ij orfray-). Hist.

1. A younger brother’s portion of his father’s estate, received as an inheritance. ? Under feudal law, even though the land was from the father’s estate, the younger brother was bound to pay homage to the older brother.

2. A portion of an inheritance given to coheirs. ¡ª Also termed fratriagium.


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