Definition of vill in English:

vill

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noun

(In medieval England) the smallest administrative unit under the feudal system, consisting of a number of houses and their adjacent lands, roughly corresponding to the modern parish.

Origin

early 17th century: from Anglo-Norman French, from Latin villa 'country house'.

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