péage

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French[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

Via Provençal pezatge, from Medieval Latin pedaticum (found in medieval charters), from Latin pedem (“foot”). Alternatively a very old derivation of Old French pied (cf. the medieval forms paage, peage). Not related to the verb payer (“to pay”).

Noun[edit]

péage m (plural péages)

  1. toll, payment
  2. toll booth
  3. paywall

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