Tenement. The fact of holding as a possession; tenure. Land or real property which is held of another by any tenure; a holding.
Toft. Originally, a homestead, the site of a house and its out-buildings; a house site. Often in the expression toft and croft, denoting the whole holding, consisting of the homestead and attached piece of arable land.
Tourn. A court leet. The use of the term stems from the tour, turn, or circuit made by the sheriff of a county twice in the year, in which he presided at the hundred-court in each hundred of the county, or the great court leet of the county, held by him on these occasions.
Trespass. Any actionable wrong committed against the person or property of another; also short for action of trespass. A wrongful entry upon the lands of another, with damage (however inconsiderable) to his real property.