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Re: Landzaat = inhabitant
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Yes, comes from the ancient Dutch word 'lantsate' (country + sitting). Its original meaning was 'Free inhabitant of a country without land ownership, an allottee'. So for 1794 you could just translate it as 'inhabitant of a country'.

Best regards, Geert

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