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Seigneur was the name formerly given in France before the Revolution, and in New France and Canada until 1854, to the individual or the collective entity which owned a seigneurie — a form of land tenure — as a fief, with its associated rights over person and property. Wikipedia
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Seigneur was the name formerly given in France before the Revolution, and in New France and Canada until 1854, to the individual or the collective entity which owned a seigneurie — a form of land tenure — as a fief, with its associated rights over person and property. Wikipedia
The possessor of a seigneurie (fiefdom) in French medieval feudal or manorial systems. Wikipedia Disambiguation
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A landowner in Canada; the holder of a seigneurie. Wiktionary
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