Vill meaning

(law) Abbreviation of village.
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The smallest administrative unit of land in feudal England, corresponding to the Anglo-Saxon tithing and the modern parish.
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Eye dialect spelling of will.
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Origin of vill

  • From Anglo-Norman vill, from Old French vile (“farm, country estate”) (French ville (“town”)), from Latin villa.
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  • From will
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