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fisc

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/ fɪsk /
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noun

a royal or state treasury; exchequer.

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Origin of fisc

1590–1600; <Middle French <Latin fiscus treasury, moneybag, literally, basket, bag
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British Dictionary definitions for fisc

fisc
/ (fɪsk) /

noun

rare a state or royal treasury

Word Origin for fisc

C16: from Latin fiscus treasury, originally money-bag
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