Gebur meaning

(historical) In Anglo-Saxon law, the owner of an allotment or yard-land, usually consisting of 30 acres; a villein.
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Origin of gebur

  • From Old English ġebūr (“dweller, husbandman, farmer, countryman, boor”), from Proto-Germanic *ga-, *būraz (“house, room,dwelling”), from Proto-Indo-European *bʰū- (“to swell, wax, grow”), equivalent to ge- +‎ bower. More at bower, boor.

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