Definition of Maill
1. a payment [n -S] - See also: payment
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Maill
Literary usage of Maill
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Records of Old Aberdeen, MCLVII-[MCMIII] by Aberdeen (Scotland) (1899)
"... of ane tenement of land extending to xx merkis maill ... to xx merkis maill and aucht bollis beir thir aucht ..."
2. Extracts from the Records of the Royal Burgh of Stirling by Glasgow Stirlingshire and Sons of the Rock Society, Robert Renwick, Stirling (Scotland) (1887)
"... maill and anchor age. 19 April 1603. ... maill; and for ilk barrell of gudis that ... maill may the better mak compt and rakning of the said ..."
3. Registrum Honoris de Morton: A Series of Ancient Charters of the Earldom of by Morton, Earls of, Thomas Thomson, Alexander Macdonald (1853)
"... In fie and heritage and his airis maill ... uther [air] maill gottin or to be gottin of the faid Williame erle of ..."
4. Diary of Iohn Evelyn, Esq., F.R.S.: To which are Added a Selection from His by John Evelyn (1906)
"There is without the Towne a faire maill curiously planted. I was brought acquainted with a Burgundian Jew who had married an apostate Kentish woman. ..."