In the past, an income from poultry keeping on the farm, which was often paid to the farmer’s wife through a marriage settlement (antenuptial agreement) and which she could use freely (in part). – One-time payment to be released from the obligation (Fron; soccage) to deliver a certain quantity of chicken eggs to the Fron lordship. – See exemption money, bride money, butter money, redemption, woman money, counter money, Fron money, calf money, cheese money, milk money, paraphernal money.
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