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Origin of stipend
Examples from the Web for stipends
The act gives training, respite care, and stipends to family members who take on the role of long-term caregivers to the wounded.
One final note before I move on to more pressing correspondence—Butch and Leon have again neglected my stipends.
If those that withold the duty of the Kirk, wherethrough Ministers want their stipends, may be excommunicate?History of Civilization in England, Vol. 3 of 3|Henry Thomas Buckle
The stipends of the Masters were raised by means of a gratuity and William Brigge received £30.A History of Giggleswick School|Edward Allen Bell
The stipends out of the house amounted, I learned, to nearly as much as the cost within, or to about 30l.A Morning's Walk from London to Kew|Richard Phillips
The Laird of Pittarrow was appointed to pay the ministers' stipends, according to their modification.
The clergy receive their stipends, not as a salary, but as the payment of a debt due to them by the State.The Religious Persecution in France 1900-1906|Jane Milliken Napier Brodhead
Word Origin for stipend
early 15c., from Latin stipendium "tax, pay, gift," from stips "alms, small payment" + pendere "weigh" (see pendant).