serf, helot, villein(noun)
(Middle Ages) a person who is bound to the land and owned by the feudal lord
An individual of the ancient Spartan class of serfs.
A serf; a slave.
Origin: Helotes, from (Εἵλωτες), possibly from ἁλίσκομαι.
a slave in ancient Sparta; a Spartan serf; hence, a slave or serf
Origin: [L. Helotes, Hilotae, pl., fr. Gr. E'e`lws and E'elw`ths a bondman or serf of the Spartans; so named from 'Elos, a town of Laconia, whose inhabitants were enslaved; or perh. akin to e`lei^n to take, conquer, used as 2d aor. of .]
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
hē′lot, or hel′ot, n. one of a class of slaves among the ancient Spartans.—ns. Hē′lotage, the state of a Helot; Hē′lotism, the condition of the Helots in ancient Sparta: slavery; Hē′lotry, the whole body of the Helots: any class of slaves. [Gr.; said to be derived from Helos, a town in Greece, reduced to slavery by the Spartans.]
The numerical value of helot in Chaldean Numerology is: 6
The numerical value of helot in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
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