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1 definitions retrieved:
The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:
Vill \Vill\, n. [OF. ville, vile, a village, F. ville a town,
city. See Villa.]
A small collection of houses; a village. "Every manor, town,
or vill." --Sir M. Hale.
Not should e'er the crested fowl
From thorp or vill his matins sound for me.
Note: A word of various significations in English, law; as, a
manor; a tithing; a town; a township; a parish; a part
of a parish; a village. The original meaning of vill,
in England, seems to have been derived from the Roman
sense of the term villa, a single country residence or
farm; a manor. Later, the term was applied only to a
collection of houses more than two, and hence came to
comprehend towns. Burrill. The statute of Exeter, 14
Edward I., mentions entire-vills, demivills, and