Definition of Feoh

This Saxon word meant originally cattle, and thence property or money, and, by a second transition, wages, reward, or fee. It was probably the original form from which the words "feod,” "feudum,” "fief,” "feu,” and "fee” (all meaning a feudal grant of land) have been derived.

That's the definition of Feoh in Black's Law Dictionary 6th Edition. Courtesy of Cekhukum.com.