PRISAGE MEANING IN ENGLISH

• Prisage Definition & Synonyms

  1. (n.) The share of merchandise taken as lawful prize at sea which belongs to the king or admiral.
  2. (n.) A right belonging to the crown of England, of taking two tuns of wine from every ship importing twenty tuns or more, -- one before and one behind the mast. By charter of Edward I. butlerage was substituted for this.


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