te·nu·ra[1]

  1. by feudal tenure
  2. feudal holding
  3. holding
  4. tenure

Similar to tenura

  • teneradelicate, soft, tender, young
  • tediumboredom, disgust, weariness
  • tegobury, conceal, hide, protect, shield, to conceal, to cover
  • telaa web, cloth, that which is woven, tissue
  • telumarmament, arms, arrow, bolt, dart, javelin, spear, weapon
  • temerariusbold, heedless, imprudent, rash
  • temerarusbold, heedless, imprudent, rash
  • temeritasboldness, rashness, temerity
  • temerodesecrate, to profane
  • tenaxcligning, frugal, grasping, obstinate, stingy