gramarye

or gram·a·ry

[gram-uh-ree]

Origin of gramarye

1275–1325; Middle English gramary < Old French gramaire, literally, grammar
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Historical Examples of gramary

  • He was not witched with her gramary; and soothly I count in all that hall he was the sole noble that escaped the spell.

    In Convent Walls

    Emily Sarah Holt


British Dictionary definitions for gramary

gramarye

gramary

noun
  1. archaic magic, necromancy, or occult learning

Word Origin for gramarye

C14: from Old French gramaire grammar
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