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landed

[lan-did]
adjective
1.
owning land, especially an estate: landed gentry.
2.
consisting of land: landed property.
3.
after shipping; delivered: a landed price.

Origin:
before 1000; late Middle English (see land, -ed3); replacing Old English gelandod (rare), past participle of *landian to endow with land (see -ed2)

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landed (ˈlændɪd)
 
adj
1.  owning land: landed gentry
2.  consisting of or including land: a landed estate

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landed
"possessed of land," late O.E. gelandod; see land.
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