tronage

noun
tron·​age | \ ˈtrōnij\
plural -s

Definition of tronage

1a : a medieval toll or duty for compulsory weighing of coarse goods (as wool) at the public trone
b : the act of weighing such goods
2 : the right of demanding tronage

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History and Etymology for tronage

Anglo-French, from trone + Old French -age

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