tallage

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EtymologyEdit

From French taillage, from tailler (to cut).

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NounEdit

tallage (countable and uncountable, plural tallages)

  1. An impost.
  2. (Britain, law, obsolete or historical) A certain rate or tax paid by barons, knights, and inferior tenants toward the public expenses.

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VerbEdit

tallage (third-person singular simple present tallages, present participle tallaging, simple past and past participle tallaged)

  1. To lay an impost upon.
  2. To cause to pay tallage.

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