MEANING: noun:
1. An allowance given for the maintenance of a member of a royal family.
2. A perk associated with a job or a position.

ETYMOLOGY: From French apanage, from apaner (to endow), from Latin appanare, from ad- (toward) + panis (bread). Earliest documented use: 1602.
APRANAGE - when a child starts cooking and needs to cover his clothing with something washable

APIANAGE - when Honeybees ruled the world

AMANAGE - mushroom poisoning with A. phylloides

APPANATE or APANATE - one before the mountains comprising the "backbone" of the Italian peninsula