, West Bromwich
, mismanage, pannage, stage-manage
•spinach • concubinage • libertinage
•linage • nonage • coinage
•orphanage • baronage • patronage
•parsonage • personage • Stevenage
•cozenage • seepage • slippage
•equipage • stoppage • warpage
weight in tons, esp. of cargo or freight:
road convoys carry more tonnage.
the size or carrying capacity of a ship measured in tons.
shipping considered in terms of total carrying capacity:
the port's total tonnage.
duty levied on wine imported in tuns XV, †charge for the hire of a ship at so much per ton of her burden XVI; charge per ton of freight XVII; shipping in relation to carrying capacity; carrying capacity of a ship expressed in tons of 100 cubic feet XVIII. — OF tonnage
, f. tonne TUN
; later assoc. directly with TON1
; see -AGE