Vi"ci*nage (?; 48), n. [OF. veisinage, F. voisinage, from OF. veisin, F. voisin, neighboring, a neighbor, L. vicunus. See Vicinity.]

The place or places adjoining or near; neighborhood; vicinity; as, a jury must be of the vicinage.

"To summon the Protestant gentleman of the vicinage."

Macaulay.

Civil war had broken up all the usual ties of vicinage and good neighborhood. Sir W. Scott.

 

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