peage

noun pe·age \ ˈpāij \

Definition of peage

plural -s
archaic
:toll for passage

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Origin and Etymology of peage

Middle English payage, from Middle French paiage, from Medieval Latin pedaticum, pedagium, from Latin ped-, pes foot + -aticum -age or Medieval Latin -agium (alteration of Latin -aticum)


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