- a centaur with a bow, as Chiron.
Origin of sagittary
1425–75; late Middle English < Latin: see Sagittarius
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Examples from the Web for sagittary
Also blazoned as a sagittary, and supposed to have been a badge of King Stephen.The Handbook to English Heraldry
A true Renaissance sign we find again in the “Sagittary,” cursorily mentioned in “Othello” (i, i).Old Tavern Signs</p>
Fritz August Gottfried Endell
Does she come to his bedroom at his private Lodgings, or his quarters at the Sagittary?
Othello brings Desdemona from her father's house to his residence in the "Sagittary."The Shakespearean Myth
In the little hollow with stone cottages on the way thither a boy opened a gate for us whose name was Sagittary Clump.The Story of My Life, volumes 4-6
Augustus J. C. Hare