Scottish National Dictionary (1700–)
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First published 1934 (SND Vol. I).
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†ARAGE, ARRAGE, ARRIAGE, n. (See 3rd quot.)Sc. 1795 Stat. Acc.1 XIV. 164:
Upon Lord Breadalbane's estate, there is little reason of complaint, as bonnage, arrage and carriage, are mostly abolished.Sc. 1808 Jam.:
Arage. . . . This custom is not entirely abolished in some parts of S[cotland].Sc. 1909 Green's Encycl. Law of Sc. I. 447:
Arage. A term used to signify services by horses, or carriage by horses, due by a tenant to his landlord.
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