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realengo

  
      adj  
1      (LAm)  
[animal]  
ownerless
2      (Méx, Caribe)   (=ocioso)   idle  
(=libre)  
free, unattached
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Real, relleno, remango, renegado

"realengo": examples and translations in context
La situación jurisdiccional de Villanueva del Rey es de realengo y de ahí su nombre. The state court of Villanueva del Rey is royal, hence its name.
Vera quedó vinculada a la Corona como ciudad de realengo y, en 1494, los Reyes Católicos concedieron los Fueros y Privilegios de la Ciudad. Vera was annexed by the Crown, became a royal city, and in 1494, the Catholic Monarchs granted the rights and privileges of City to Vera.
Con la conquista cristiana de estas tierras en 1262, bajo el reinado de Alfonso X el Sabio, y la creación del Concejo de realengo, Gibraleón alcanzará uno de sus períodos históricos más notables. With the Christian conquest of these lands in 1262, under the reign of Alfonso X the Wise, and the creation of the Crown Council, Gibraleón achieved one of its most significant historical periods.
A partir de la segunda mitad del siglo XV adquirirá cierta importancia coincidiendo con un aumento demográfico, de forma que será la villa de realengo, después de Córdoba, con mayor población. From the second half of the fifteenth century Bujalance was to acquire some importance which would coincide with a population increase, so becoming the property of the Crown, after Cordoba, with larger populations.
Después de la conquista, Fuenteheridos se convirtió en tierra de realengo, perteneciente a la ciudad de Sevilla, siendo el monarca el verdadero titular de la villa. After the conquest, Fuenteheridos became Royal land, belonging to the city of Seville, the monarch being the true owner of the village.
A primeros del siglo XV, el realengo poseía la mayoría de las tierras de la comarca, al ser una zona predilecta para la expansión del régimen señorial. At the beginning of the XV century, the royal had the most of the lands in the district, to be a favourite area for expansion of the feudal regime.
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