noun, plural mil·le·nar·ies.
Origin of millenary
Examples from the Web for millenary
In the Millenary year he presented a magnificent silver-mounted horn to the Mayor and Corporation, as guardians of the city.
At Hertford, a pageant began in commemoration of the millenary of the town.The Annual Register 1914|Anonymous
Many legends illustrate the incapacity of the first millenary to realise the relationship between the sexes in any other sense.The Evolution of Love|Emil Lucka
The fourth is the Jaik or Rhymnus, on each bank of which a millenary commands.
Least of all is any mysterious virtue to be attached to the millenary date with which I begin.The Ancient East|D. G. Hogarh
British Dictionary definitions for millenary
noun plural -naries
Word Origin for millenary
Word Origin and History for millenary
"consisting of a thousand," 1570s, from Latin millenarius (see millennium).