freeman

[free-muhn]

Origin:
before 1000; Middle English freman, Old English frēoman. See free, man1

nonfreeman, noun, plural nonfreemen.
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Freeman

[free-muhn]
noun
1.
Douglas Southall [sou-thawl] , 1886–1953, U.S. journalist and biographer.
2.
Edward Augustus, 1823–92, English historian.
3.
Mary E(leanor Wilkins) 1862–1930, U.S. novelist and short-story writer.
4.
a male given name.
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freeman (ˈfriːmən)
 
n , pl -men
1.  a person who is not a slave or in bondage
2.  a person who enjoys political and civil liberties; citizen
3.  a person who enjoys a privilege or franchise, such as the freedom of a city

Freeman (ˈfriːmən)
 
n
Cathy, full name Catherine Astrid Salome Freeman. born 1973, Australian sprinter; winner of the 200m and 400m in the 1994 Commonwealth Games and the 400m in the 2000 Olympic Games

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freeman
O.E. freoman; see free + man.
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Becoming a serf a freeman became a serf usually through force or necessity.
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