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NounEdit

bordar ‎(plural bordars)

  1. (historical) A person ranking below villeins and above serfs in the social hierarchy of a manor, holding just enough land to feed a family (about 5 acres) and required to provide labour on the demesne on specified days of the week.

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  • Ockbrook Before Domesday, Alan Palfreyman, Ockbrook and Borrowash Historical Society, October 1999, page 8.

CatalanEdit

VerbEdit

bordar ‎(first-person singular present bordo, past participle bordat)

  1. to bark in a threatening manner

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Norwegian NynorskEdit

NounEdit

bordar m

  1. indefinite plural of bord (Etymology 2)

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bordar ‎(first-person singular present indicative bordo, past participle bordado)

  1. to embroider

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SpanishEdit

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bordar ‎(first-person singular present bordo, first-person singular preterite bordé, past participle bordado)

  1. to embroider
  2. (colloquial) to do something very well

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SwedishEdit

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bordar

  1. present tense of borda.
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