noun, plural char·tu·lar·ies.
Examples from the Web for chartulary
The same author has called attention to some obituary notes in the calendar prefixed to the Chartulary of Derley abbey.The Great Pestilence (A.D. 1348-9)|Francis Aidan Gasquet
The documents of which the chartulary is composed are of high interest, and commence in the eighth century.
British Dictionary definitions for chartulary
noun plural -laries
Word Origin and History for chartulary
"collection of charters," from Medieval Latin chartularium, from Latin chartula (see charter (n.)).