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tal·lage

 (tăl′ĭj)
n.
An occasional tax levied by the Anglo-Norman kings on crown lands and royal towns.
tr.v. tal·laged, tal·lag·ing, tal·lag·es
To levy a tax on.

[Middle English taillage, from Old French, from taillier, to cut, tax; see tailor.]

tallage

(ˈtælɪdʒ) English history
n
(Historical Terms)
a. a tax levied by the Norman and early Angevin kings on their Crown lands and royal towns
b. a toll levied by a lord upon his tenants or by a feudal lord upon his vassals
vb
(Historical Terms) (tr) to levy a tax (upon); impose a tax (upon)
[C13: from Old French taillage, from taillier to cut; see tailor]

tal•lage

(ˈtæl ɪdʒ)

n.
a tax paid by feudal tenants to their lords.
[1250–1300; Middle English taillage < Old French taill(ier) to cut, tax (see tail2) + Middle English -age -age]

tallage

(in the feudal system) a compulsory tax paid to a lord by a tenant.
See also: Dues and Payment

tallage


Past participle: tallaged
Gerund: tallaging

Imperative
tallage
tallage
Present
I tallage
you tallage
he/she/it tallages
we tallage
you tallage
they tallage
Preterite
I tallaged
you tallaged
he/she/it tallaged
we tallaged
you tallaged
they tallaged
Present Continuous
I am tallaging
you are tallaging
he/she/it is tallaging
we are tallaging
you are tallaging
they are tallaging
Present Perfect
I have tallaged
you have tallaged
he/she/it has tallaged
we have tallaged
you have tallaged
they have tallaged
Past Continuous
I was tallaging
you were tallaging
he/she/it was tallaging
we were tallaging
you were tallaging
they were tallaging
Past Perfect
I had tallaged
you had tallaged
he/she/it had tallaged
we had tallaged
you had tallaged
they had tallaged
Future
I will tallage
you will tallage
he/she/it will tallage
we will tallage
you will tallage
they will tallage
Future Perfect
I will have tallaged
you will have tallaged
he/she/it will have tallaged
we will have tallaged
you will have tallaged
they will have tallaged
Future Continuous
I will be tallaging
you will be tallaging
he/she/it will be tallaging
we will be tallaging
you will be tallaging
they will be tallaging
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been tallaging
you have been tallaging
he/she/it has been tallaging
we have been tallaging
you have been tallaging
they have been tallaging
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been tallaging
you will have been tallaging
he/she/it will have been tallaging
we will have been tallaging
you will have been tallaging
they will have been tallaging
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been tallaging
you had been tallaging
he/she/it had been tallaging
we had been tallaging
you had been tallaging
they had been tallaging
Conditional
I would tallage
you would tallage
he/she/it would tallage
we would tallage
you would tallage
they would tallage
Past Conditional
I would have tallaged
you would have tallaged
he/she/it would have tallaged
we would have tallaged
you would have tallaged
they would have tallaged
References in classic literature ?
On the other hand, their common folk are so crushed down with gabelle, and poll-tax, and every manner of cursed tallage, that the spirit has passed right out of them.
Apres ce stade de tallage ou de montaison, on attend la phase ulterieure dite de bonne croissance des cultures et d'epiaison.
La meme source a releve que la plupart des cultures ont atteint la phase de debut du tallage, sauf dans les gouvernorats de Siliana et du Kef, oo la situation des cultures est consideree generalement moyenne, indiquant que leur situation devra s'ameliorer, du fait que ces cultures ont atteint les phases de germination et de fin de tallage.
President of Tallage (France) Andree Defois prior said that EU nations this agricultural year (July 2015-June 2016) might reduce wheat exports by 5.
JOHNSON, supra note 1 (unpagingated) (defining "tax" as "an impost; a tribute imposed; an excise; a tallage," without distinguishing the purpose as regulatory, revenue-raising, or both).
An attorney representing Boston-based Tallage, LLC, one of the biggest companies buying tax liens here, submitted a statement to the court saying the company had purchased more than 500 tax-title accounts in Massachusetts.
It considered the: Statute Concerning Tallage 1297, Confirmation of the Charters 1297, Prerogativa Regis c.
whether under the name of toll, tribute, tallage, gabel, impost, duty, custom, excise, subsidy, aid, supply or other name.
1210 NOVEMBER 1, King John, brother of Richard the Lionheart, began persecuting Jews, ordering them to pay a tallage.
101-02 that a number of the various local taxes gathered for the Duchy of Lancaster had French names--'pavage, passage, payage, lestage, stallage, tallage, carriage, pesage'.