chantry

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From Middle English chaunterie, from Old French chanterie, from chanter (to sing).

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chantry (plural chantries)

  1. An endowment for the maintenance of a priest to sing a daily mass for the souls of specified people
  2. A chapel set up for this purpose

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chantry

  1. Alternative form of chaunterie