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bestow

verb accord, accredit, address, administer, afford, allot, allow, appoint, apportion, attribuere, authorize, award, be favorable to, be prodigal, bequeath, cater, cede, charter, commission, communicate, conferre, concede, confer, confer a privilege, confer distinction, consent, convey, deal, deign, deliver, dignify, dispense, dissose of, distribute, dole, donate, empower, endow, enrich, entitle, equip, extend, facilitate, facultate, favor with, finance, foster, fund, furnish, give, give a pressnt, give approval, give assent, give away, give back, give clearance, give consent, give dispensation, give freely, give leave, give one's hand to, give out, give out in shares, give permission, give power, give up, grant, grant a boon, grant a request, grant permission, gratify, hand out, hand over, heap upon, help to, honor with, impart, indulge, install, invest, issue, largiri, lavish, lend, let, license, make a benefaction, make a loan, make a present of, make provision for, mete, minister to, oblige, ordain, part with, pay tribute, permit, present, proffer, promise, provide, provision, ratify, recognize, recommend, reflect honor upon, release, relinguish, remit, render, restore, sanction, serve, show favor, shower upon, spare, spend, sponsor, submit, supply, tender, transmit, vest, vouchsafe, yield
Associated concepts: bestow a present upon
See also: bear, confer, contribute, dedicate, delegate, descend, devise, dispel, dispense, dole, endow, endue, fund, furnish, give, grant, impart, leave, mete, parcel, post, present, provide, spend, subsidize, supply, transfer, vouchsafe, yield
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The court seems to have subsequently limited Tomanho and Pumanho bestowals to non-Koreans.
In the third lunar month of 1472, or soon after the presentation of Haedong chegukki to King Songjong, the court introduced new seating regulations that responded to changes in the nominal post bestowals.
This bestowal, presented in part through the office warrant, did not impose military service upon the recipient.
The office warrant confirmed the Korean, the Japanese, and the Jurchen recipient in the appointment and reconstituted him as eligible for privileges attached to the bestowal and, in particular, to the post.
Granting practices were consistent across Jurchen communities, though the frequency of bestowal varied.