Etymology
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linage (n.)

1883, "position in a line," from line (n.) + -age. From 1884 as a rough measure of printed material from the number of lines of text. Also "a payment or charge per line of print" (1888).

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Definitions of linage

linage (n.)
the number of lines in a piece of printed material;
Synonyms: lineage
linage (n.)
a rate of payment for written material that is measured according to the number of lines submitted;
Synonyms: lineage
From wordnet.princeton.edu