adscript
Noun

adscript (plural adscripts)

  1. A feudal serf or labourer who is attached to an estate and sold or transferred with it.
  2. (typography) Something written or printed immediately after another character and aligned with it.
Adjective

adscript (not comparable)

  1. Held to service as attached to the soil; said of feudal serfs.
Translations
  • German: leibeigen
  • Portuguese: adscrito
  • Russian: крепостно́й



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