in older documents – the payment for the purchase of a calf or – the contractually agreed payment for the lending of cattle: customarily by the rich to the poor members of a community and cattle lease. – Earlier regular, usually annual payment to the manor as a result of a discharged obligation (Fron; soccage) to deliver calves in rem, objectively, also called Kalbbede. – See levies, dispensation money, free purchase money, soccage, mutton money, cow money.
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