n. The common use or practice, either of an individual or of a community, but especially of the latter; habitual repetition of the same act or procedure; established manner or way.n. In law, collectively, the settled habitudes of a community, such as are and have been for an indefinite time past generally recognized in it as the standards of what is just and right; ancient and general usage having the force of law.n. The buying of goods or supplying of one's current needs; the practice of having recourse to some particular place, shop, manufactory, house of entertainment, etc., for the purpose of purchasing or giving orders.n. Toll, tax, or duty; in the plural, specifically, the duties imposed by law on merchandise imported or exported.n. In old French law, a system of customary law common to a whole province.n. Duty, Impost, etc. See tax, n.Done or made for individual customers, or to order: as, custom work; custom shoes.Engaged in doing custom work: as, a custom tailor.To make familiar; accustom.To give custom to; supply with customers.To pay duty for at the custom-house.To be accustomed; be wont.