stallage

noun stall·age \-lij, -lēj\

Definition of stallage

plural

-s

  1. 1 English law :  the right of erecting a stall in a fair

  2. 2 English law :  rent or toll paid for a stall

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Origin and Etymology of stallage

Middle English, from Middle French estalage, from Old French, from estal place, stand, stall + -age — more at stale (decoy)


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