noun am·bry \ˈam-brē; ˈäm-rē, ˈm-\
plural ambries

Definition of AMBRY

dial chiefly British :  pantry
:  a recess in a church wall (as for holding sacramental vessels)

Origin of AMBRY

Middle English almery, from Anglo-French almarie, from Latin armarium, from arma weapons — more at arm
First Known Use: 14th century


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