Definitions for tallageˈtæl ɪdʒ

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

tal•lageˈtæl ɪdʒ(n.)

  1. a tax paid by feudal tenants to their lords.

    Category: Western History

Origin of tallage:

1250–1300; ME taillage < OF taill(ier) to cut, tax (see tail2) + ME -age -age


  1. tallage(Noun)

    An impost.

  2. tallage(Verb)

    To lay an impost upon.

  3. tallage(Verb)

    To cause to pay tallage.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Tallage(noun)

    alt. of Talliage

  2. Tallage(verb)

    to lay an impost upon; to cause to pay tallage


  1. Tallage

    Tallage or talliage may have signified at first any tax, but became in England and France a land use or land tenure tax. Later in England it was further limited to assessments by the crown upon cities, boroughs, and royal domains. In effect, tallage was a land tax.

Anagrams of tallage

  1. gallate


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