SCALAM

SCALAM

scalam (skay-l[schwa]m), n. [Latin] Hist. Scale. ? Ad scalam was the method of paying money to the Exchequer, in which sixpence was added to each 20 shillings to compensate for a deficiency in weight, although no scales were actually used.
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