One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
(A charter containing) a clause by which a feudal superior renews a former grant (now specifically with an alteration or correction). Also as "charter (clause,etc.) of novodamus".
Mid 17th century. Short for post-classical Latin de novo damus ‘we grant anew’, a phrase which appears in the charters.
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