Meaning of allodiality in English:

allodiality

Pronunciation /əˌləʊdɪˈalɪti/

noun

historical
  • The quality or fact of being allodial; absolute ownership (of land).

Origin

Early 18th century; earliest use found in Abel Boyer (?1667–1729), lexicographer and journalist. From allodial + -ity, after French (now hist.) allodialité.