Definition of applotment in English:

applotment

noun

historical
  • Chiefly in Ireland: the action or an instance of apportioning a property tax between those taxed; the assessment of the rate of such a tax.

Origin

Mid 17th century; earliest use found in William Bedell (c1572–1642), Church of Ireland bishop of Kilmore. From applot + -ment.

Pronunciation

applotment

/əˈplɒtm(ə)nt/