Definition of pickage in English:

pickage

(also piccage)

noun

historical
  • A toll paid for breaking the ground in setting up a booth, stall, tent, etc., at a fair or market.

Origin

Late Middle English. Probably from Anglo-Norman picage, pichage, pikage, pykage, apparently from pic pickaxe + -age.

Pronunciation

pickage

/pɪkɪdʒ/