noun mar·tyry \ˈmär-tə-rē\
plural mar·tyr·ies

Definition of MARTYRY

:  a shrine erected in honor of a martyr

Origin of MARTYRY

Late Latin martyrium, from Late Greek martyrion, from Greek martyr-, martys
First Known Use: 1711

Rhymes with MARTYRY


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