What is CATALLA?

In old English Law. Chattels. The word among the Normans primarily signified only beasts of husbandry, or, as they are still called, “cattle,” but, in a secondary sense, the term was applied to all movables in general, and not only to these, but to whatever was not a fief or feud. Wharton

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