[ muhl-cher ]
/ ˈmʌl tʃər /

noun Scots Law.

a toll or fee given to the proprietor of a mill for the grinding of grain, usually consisting of a fixed proportion of the grain brought or of the flour made.

Origin of multure

1250–1300; Middle English multir < Old French molture < Medieval Latin molitūra a grinding, equivalent to Latin molit(us) (past participle of molere) to grind + -ūra -ure Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2020

British Dictionary definitions for multure

/ (ˈmʌltʃə) /

noun Scot

a fee formerly paid to a miller for grinding grain
the right to receive such a fee

Word Origin for multure

C13: from Old French moulture, from Medieval Latin molitūra a grinding, from Latin molere
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