annates /ˈaneɪts/

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I. plural noun


‹chiefly historical› a year’s revenue of a Roman Catholic see or benefice, paid to the Pope by a bishop or other cleric on his appointment.
– origin early 16th cent.: from French, from medieval Latin annata ‘year’s proceeds’, from annus ‘year’.

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