What does CATALLA mean?

CATALLA meaning in Law Dictionary

In old English Law. Chattels. The term among the list of Normans mostly signified just beasts of husbandry, or, as they are however known as, "cattle," but, in a second sense, the expression was placed on all movables as a whole, and not only to those, but to whatever was not a fief or feud. Wharton