Custom (toll) - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
Custom (toll)[ 1,,G5056, telos ]
an end, termination," whether of time or purpose, denotes, in its secondary significance, "what is paid for public ends, a toll, tax, custom," Matthew 17:25 (RV, "toll"); Romans 13:7 (RV and AV, "custom"). In Palestine the Herods of Galilee and Perea received the "custom;" in Judea it was paid to the procurator for the Roman government. See END, FINALLY, UTTERMOST.
[ 2,,G5058, telonion ]
denotes "a custom-house," for the collection of the taxes, Matthew 9:9; Mark 2:14; Luke 5:27 (RV, "place of toll").