(also court leet)
A yearly or half-yearly court of record that the lords of certain manors held.
- Where the lord of the manor held a court leet, the jurisdiction of the hundred was exercised in that court, and the fines collected were payable to the lord.
- There were two kinds of manorial court - the court baron and the court leet.
- However, there was often an overlap in the type of business conducted in the court baron and court leet.
An informal language or code used on the Internet, in which standard letters are often replaced by numerals or special characters.
- This is cool and shows that black clad Berlin marketing gurus are down with leetspeak.
- But the whole thing conjures up images of middle class parents trying to converse with their children in "leetspeak" over breakfast.
- Is it a common practice in leetspeak to vary the capitalization of the words you are typing?