- (in a vaulted structure) one bay between two principal transverse arches.
Origin of severy
1350–1400; Middle English < Anglo-French *civorie, Old French civoire < Latin cibōrium ciborium
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Examples from the Web for severy
I am much obliged to Severy for his letter and Lausanne news.
Remember us all, but me in particular, to every one of the Severy family.
Mama desires her Love to Severy & many thanks for his Letter.
Take care of Severy, I had rather he did not go to Lewes: a set of drunken dragoons.
I wish the change of air may be of service to Severy the father, but we do not at all like his present state of health.