Comparable to loyalty, an Oath of Fealty was often sworn to the feudal lord, most commonly on a religious item such as a bible, or a relic that had some form of significance to those involved.

Derived from Fidelity, to be true or loyal to a person. Often used in the context of relationships saying to be faithful.
"I shall not forget, nor fail to reward that which is given. Fealty with love, valor with honor oath-breaking with vengeance."

"My fealty to you, my Lord, is undying. I am true."
by Aranor August 13, 2008
To give oneself entirely to one's lord.
She offered him her ass as a sign of fealty.
by Bull313 January 01, 2012

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