Definition of propination in English:

propination

Pronunciation /ˌprɒpɪˈneɪʃn/

noun

historical
  • In Poland: the right to manufacture, distribute, and sell alcoholic beverages, especially as held exclusively by or leased from a nobleman.

    Originally a feudal right, conferred by King Jan Olbracht in 1496.

Origin

Early 17th century (in an earlier sense). From classical Latin propīnātiōn-, propīnātiō action of drinking to someone's health from propīnāt-, past participial stem of propīnāre + -iō.