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Topic: BUILDING

Date: 1200-1300
Language: Old French
Origin: manoir, from manoir 'to stay, live', from Latin manere

manor

noun
     
man‧or [countable]
1 also manor houseTBDH a big old house with a large area of land around it
2 the land that belonged to an important man, under the feudal system
3 British English informalSCP the area that a group of police officers are responsible for [= patch, turf]
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