Medieval History. a tax paid by peasants to the lord of their manor.
a compulsory tax levied by the Norman and early Angevin kings of England upon the demesne lands of the crown and upon all royal towns.
a tax levied by the Norman and early Angevin kings on their Crown lands and royal towns
a toll levied by a lord upon his tenants or by a feudal lord upon his vassals
(transitive) to levy a tax (upon); impose a tax (upon)
noun 1. a city in and the capital of Florida, in the N part. noun 1. a state in the SE United States between the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico. 58,560 sq. mi. (151,670 sq. km). Capital: Tallahassee. Abbreviation: FL (for use with zip code), Fla. 2. Straits of. Also called Florida Straits, Florida […]
[tal-uh-hach-ee] /ˌtæl əˈhætʃ i/ noun 1. a river in N Mississippi, flowing SW and joining the Yalobusha River to form the Yazoo River. 230 miles (371 km) long.
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plural noun 1. the Tall Blacks, the international basketball team of New Zealand
noun 1. English Furniture. a chest of drawers supported by a low stand. Compare highboy. a chest-on-chest. 2. a tall chimney pot. 3. a tall-stemmed goblet. 4. (initial capital letter) Military. a 12,000-pound (5400 kg) British bomb of World War II, designed to penetrate the target or plunge deep into the ground before detonating. noun […]