couratage (c.1320)

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couratage (c.1320)


[ FEW: 2/ii,1569a currere; Gdf: ; GdfC: 9,227c courtage; TL: ; DEAF:  coratier (coratage); DMF:  courtage; TLF:  courtage; OED: ; MED:  correctage n.; DMLBS: ]


1merch.fee or payment made to the middle man between buyers and sellers
( c.1320 )  si le nous font il paier le couratage maugré nous ausi bien que s’il y fussent, che qu’il n’est point acostumé, ne ainçois ne fu en nul pais la u marcaans repairent  74
couratier  coure#1 
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