faldage

faldage

(ˈfɔːldɪdʒ; ˈfældɪdʒ)
n
the right of a lord of the manor to the manure of his tenant's sheep
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However, MED provides much earlier occurrences of the suffix, e.g., faldage 'rent paid for a fold or pen' was found in Inquisitions Post Mortem Sire Escaetarum already in 1268.