(French) fisc, from (Latin) fiscus basket, money basket, treasury; probably akin to fascis bundle. See Fasces.
A public or state treasury. Burke.
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From French, from Latin fiscus (“basket, money-bag, public treasury”); see fiscal.
fisc (plural fiscs) (historical) The public treasury of ancient Rome. Any state treasury or exchequer.
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