ancrage (1331-65)

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ancrage (1331-65)

[ FEW: 24,543b ancora; Gdf: ; GdfC: 8,119a ancrage; TL: ; DEAF:  ancre (ancrage); DMF:  ancrage; TLF:  ancrage; OED:  anchorage n.1; MED:  ankerage n.; DMLBS: 84a ancoragium ]
ancrauge;  ancorage,  ankerrage,  ankerage;  hankerage  


1taxship.fee to be paid upon anchoring of a ship in a harbour
( 1331-65 )  les ditz burgeis […] sont quittes de […] kayage, strandage, terrage, pikage, ankerrage  164
( c.1365 )  et que coillage ne soit paié par la coste d’Angleterre mais ancorage  74
( 1428 )  Entre la Marye de Setone, mestre Watier Cousyn, hankerage iiij d.  35
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