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First published 1963 (DOST Vol. III).

Keyage, n. Also: keage, kyeg. [ME. keyage (c 1440), e.m.E. keiage, OF. kaiage, caiage.] Duty paid for use of a quay. — 15.. Aberd. B. Rec. MS. (Jam.).
The office of collectory of the keage off the peir & duety tharoff
The office of keyage
1641-8 Skipper's Acc. (Smettone) 22 b.
For kyeg & fastes 3 li.

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