Truage - definition of Truage by The Free Dictionary
|n.||1.||A pledge of truth or peace made on payment of a tax.|
|2.||A tax or impost; tribute.|
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Formulated to feature these iridoid sources, TruAge
Max, developed by Morinda, is a dietary supplement shown to lower AGE levels.
One of the interlineations without a caret mark was accompanied by crossing out "the truage
that was woned to be paied [at] [??] to [??] [logical not] Rome" (fol.
For instance, Barfield marks a passage in which Tristram states his intent to fight Elias to "deliver Cornwall from the old truage
We obtain 5 instances of marriage in Ayenbit of Inwit and 3 in the Gloucester Chronicle as well as 5 examples of truage
in Lazamon's Brut (EM).