Definition of multure in English:

multure

Line breaks: mul|ture
Pronunciation: /ˈmʌltʃə
 
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noun

[mass noun] historical
1Grain or flour due to a miller in return for grinding corn.
More example sentences
  • Villagers tried to avoid multure by grinding their own corn or by taking it to a mill with a lower charge.
  • When mills were erected, the authorities destroyed the querns in order to compel the people to go to the mills and pay multure, mill dues.
  • The founder endowed it with the church of St. Andrew, in Marrick, one carucate of land, tithes of his mill, multure of corn there, and he also gave the sisterhood liberty to grind their corn without paying multure.
1.1The right to collect multure.

Origin

Middle English: from Old French moulture, from medieval Latin molitura, from molit- 'ground', from the verb molere.

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