friary

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Etymology[edit]

From friar, brother in a religious order, from Latin frater, brother, from Proto-Indo-European

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Noun[edit]

friary (plural friaries)

  1. house or dwelling where friars or members of certain religious communities live

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Adjective[edit]

friary (comparative more friary, superlative most friary)

  1. Like a friar; relating to friars or to a convent.
    (Can we find and add a quotation of Camden to this entry?)

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