gramarye

or gram·a·ry

[ gram-uh-ree ]
/ ˈgræm ə ri /

noun

occult learning; magic.

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Origin of gramarye

First recorded in 1300–50; Middle English gramary, from Old French gramaire, literally, “grammar, Latin grammar.” In the Middle Ages gramarye was restricted to “high” learning, written in Latin and including occult sciences and magic. See grammar
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British Dictionary definitions for gramarye

gramarye

gramary

/ (ˈɡræmərɪ) /

noun

archaic magic, necromancy, or occult learning

Word Origin for gramarye

C14: from Old French gramaire grammar
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