A Dictionary of the Older Scottish Tongue (up to 1700)
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(Sellarage,) Sellraige, Sillarage, n. [e.m.E. selleredge (1602); Sellar n.2 1.] Storage facilities in a port. Cf. Sellar n.2 1 b. — 1592 Haigh Mining P. x (5 Feb.).
Sellraige and port are free at Montrois to all that pleisis to deall and pay thairfoir 1652 J. Hope Diary (1919) 153.
Shee is to quitte … they payeing her … for a duelling elswhere reserving to her sillarage for the girneling of her victuall
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