Boomage vs Doomage - What's the difference?

boomage | doomage |


As nouns the difference between boomage and doomage

is that boomage is a fee charged by the owner of a boom for its use in storing logs while doomage is (us|dialect|new england) a penalty or fine for neglect.

boomage

English

Noun

(-)
  • A fee charged by the owner of a boom for its use in storing logs.
  • *
  • A fee charged for the use of the area where a boom is tied.
  • References

    * * Sorden, L.G. and Isabel J. Ebert. Logger's Words of Yesteryears. 1956.

    doomage

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (US, dialect, New England) A penalty or fine for neglect.
  • (Webster 1913)