- LAGE DAY
In old English law. A law day; a time of open court; the day of the county court; a juridical day.
A lawful man; a good and lawful man. A juror. Cowell.
L. Lat In old English law. A measure of ale. Fleta, lib. 2, c. 11. Said to consist of six sextarles. Cowell.
In old English law. Law; also used to express the territory or district in which a particular law was in force, as Dena laguf Mercna lagu, etc.
A breach of law. Cowell. A mulct for an offense, viz., twelve "ores."
- LAHMAN, OR LAGEMANNUS
word for a lawyer. Domesday, I. 189.
A roadway in a wood. Mon. Angl. t 1, p. 483.
Lat. A layman. One who is not in holy orders, or not engaged in the ministry of religion.
- LAIRWITE, OR LAIRESITE
A fine for adultery or fornication, anciently paid to the lords of some manors, 4 Inst. 200.