What does Rental mean in the Bible?

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Webster's Dictionary - Rental
(1):
(n.) A schedule, account, or list of rents, with the names of the tenants, etc.; a rent roll.
(2):
(n.) A sum total of rents; as, an estate that yields a rental of ten thousand dollars a year.

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Rental - ) A sum total of rents; as, an estate that yields a Rental of ten thousand dollars a year
Assemblies of the French Clergy - The clergy had practically a separate administration apart from the state, a tribute to their reputation for reliability and fair dealing, the records showing the confidence with which private individuals made Rental contracts with the Church
Bill - Was the bond merely an acknowledgment of a debt, or was it an undertaking to pay a fixed annual Rental from the produce of a farm? Edersheim decides, though without giving his reasons, for the former alternative; Lightfoot inclines to the latter
Joseph - The system of tenure in existence before, by which large landed estates were held by private proprietors, was changed into one by which all the land became the property of the crown, the actual cultivators paying a Rental of one-fifth of the produce ( Genesis 47:24 )