Definition for AR-REN-TA'TION

AR-REN-TA'TION, n. [Sp. arrendar, to rent, or take by lease; of ad and reddo, to return. See Rent.]

In the forest laws of England, a licensing the owner of land in a forest, to inclose it with a small ditch and low hedge, in consideration of a yearly rent. – Cowel.

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