- the act or process of tanning
- something that has been tanned
(countable and uncountable, plural tannages)
- The act, operation, or result of tanning; a tanning.
- They should have got his cheek fresh tannage / Such a day as to-day in the merry sunshine! / Had they stuck on his fist a rough-foot merlin!
- 1938, US Depoartment of Agriculture, Technical Bulletin, Issues 551-575, page 36,
- After the layer tannage was completed, the crops and bellies from the 44 hides were reassembled and handled as a unit in each subsequent process until finished.
- 1954, Journal of the Royal Society of Arts, Volume 102, page 850,
- With the exception of spruce bark, which cannot be considered to be a typical tannin, all the tannins give degrees of tannage in the neighbourhood of 50.
- 2009, National Institute of Industrial Research Board Of Consultants & Engineers, Leather Processing & Tanning Technology Handbook, India, page 37,
- The possible combined tannages are numerous but are, in general, limited to the light leathers. Combination tannages are very ancient.
From tan +"Ž -age.