noun, plural sag·it·tar·ies.
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Origin of sagittary
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Example sentences from the Web for sagittary
Othello brings Desdemona from her father's house to his residence in the "Sagittary."The Shakespearean Myth|Appleton Morgan
Also blazoned as a sagittary, and supposed to have been a badge of King Stephen.The Handbook to English Heraldry|Charles Boutell
A true Renaissance sign we find again in the “Sagittary,” cursorily mentioned in “Othello” (i, i).Old Tavern Signs|Fritz August Gottfried Endell
In the little hollow with stone cottages on the way thither a boy opened a gate for us whose name was Sagittary Clump.The Story of My Life, volumes 4-6|Augustus J. C. Hare
Does she come to his bedroom at his private Lodgings, or his quarters at the Sagittary?