Other Word Forms of Leud
Origin of Leud
1750, from Medieval Latin leudēs (pl., “vassals or followers of the king”), from Frankish *liudi (“people”), from Proto-Germanic *liudiz (“people”), from Proto-Indo-European *(e)lewədh- (“man, people”). Cognate with Old High German liuti (“people, subordinates”), Old English lēod (“chief, man”). More at leod.
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