bordar

Bordar

Bord"ar\, n. [LL. bordarius, fr. borda a cottage; of uncertain origin.] A villein who rendered menial service for his cottage; a cottier.

The cottar, the bordar, and the laborer were bound to aid in the work of the home farm. --J. R. Green.
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