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thirlage

/ (ˈθɜːlɪdʒ) /
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noun Scots law (formerly)
an obligation imposed upon tenants of certain lands requiring them to have their grain ground at a specified mill
the fee paid for grinding the grain
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Word Origin for thirlage

C16: variant of earlier thrillage, from thrill, Scottish variant of thrall
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