allodium  (<<schwa>>-loh-dee-<<schwa>>m),  n.  An  estate  held  in  fee  simple  absolute.  —

Also spelled alodium. — Also termed alod; alode. [Cases: Estates in Property    5. C.J.S. Estates

§§ 11–12.]

“In this country, one who has full ownership of land is said to own it allodially — that is, free

of feudal services and incidents.” Thomas F. Bergin & Paul G. Haskell, Preface to Estates in Land

and Future Interests 18 (2d ed. 1984). [Blacks Law 8th]