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A lesser toll or duty; specifically that formerly charged upon goods entering a town or burgh for sale at its markets. Frequently in plural See also "petit custom".
Late Middle English. From petty + custom [adjective], after post-classical Latin parva custuma.
petty custom/ˌpɛti ˈkʌstəm/
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