Definition of infangthief in English:

infangthief

Syllabification: in·fang·thief
Pronunciation: /ˈinfəNGˌTHēf/

Entry from US English dictionary

noun

historical
The right of the lord of a manor to try and punish a thief caught within the limits of his demesne.

Origin

Old English infangenthēof 'thief seized within'.

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