Slavery; involuntary individual servitude; captivity. In old English legislation, villenage, villein tenure. 2 Bl. Comm. 92.
c.1300, "problem of a serf or slave," from Anglo-Latin bondagium, from Middle English relationship "a serf, tenant farmer," from Old English bonda "householder," from Old Norse boandi "free-born farmer," noun usage of present participle of boa "dwell, prepare, inhabit," from PIE *bhow-, from root *bheue- "to-be, occur, live" (see be). Meaning in English changed by influence of relationship. The sexual sado-masochism good sense is taped by 1966.
the state to be underneath the control over a power or influence or abstract power
- sexual training that requires actually restraining (by cords or handcuffs) one of the partners
- their state to be under the control of someone
- hawaii of being bound; condition to be under restraint; restraint of personal freedom by compulsion; involuntary servitude; slavery; captivity.
- responsibility; tie of task.
- Villenage; tenure of land on condition of performing the meanest solutions for the owner.
(a.) The state of being bound; condition to be under restraint; restraint of private freedom by compulsion; involuntary servitude; slavery; captivity.
- (a.) Obligation; wrap of task.
- (a.) Villenage; tenure of land on problem of doing the meanest services for the owner.
Activity which it stimulated by the double bondage to Aristotle and to the church.