Other Word Forms of Ullage
Origin of Ullage
Middle English ulage from Old French ouillage from ouiller to fill up a cask from ouil eye, bunghole from Latin oculus eye okw- in Indo-European roots
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
From Middle English ulage, from Anglo-Norman ullage, from *ullier (“to fill a partially empty cask"), from Old French oel (“bunghole", literally, "eye"), from Latin oculus (“eye").
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