Farmers are invited to bring to the Fair gifts from their barns, stalls, dairies, and poultry yards.
I superintend the dairies; the butter and the cheese are the produce of my industry.
Flo Yes, by the way, do you understand anything about dairies in America?
Then there are the dairies, with coffee, a unique institution.
He entered the wash-house, the bake-house, and the dairies where the butter was being churned.
The Bretons also say that there are spirits who silently skim the milk-pans in the dairies.
Down in the marsh they were cutting ice for the dairies—it was high time too!
There must be hundreds of canneries and dairies and packing plants over the country.
Lady Berkeley went on similar rounds from manor to manor in order to inspect the dairies.
You know you need not work in the fields or the dairies again.
late 13c., "building for making butter and cheese; dairy farm," formed with Anglo-French -erie affixed to Middle English daie (in daie maid "dairymaid"), from Old English dæge "kneader of bread, housekeeper, female servant" (see dey (n.1)). The purely native word was dey-house.