catalla (k[schwa]-tal-[schwa]). [Law Latin ¡°chattels¡±] Hist.


¡ª Also termed catals.

¡°Catals (catalla) alias chatels, cometh of the Normans. For … all movable goods … are called chatels: the contrary whereof is (fief) which we do call fee.¡± John Cowell, The Interpreter (1607).

2. Cattle used for plowing.

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