officiary


1of·fi·ci·ary

noun \ə-ˈfi-shē-ˌer-ē, -, ä-\
plural of·fi·ci·ar·ies

Definition of OFFICIARY

2
:  a body of officers or officials

Origin of OFFICIARY

Medieval Latin officiarius
First Known Use: 1611

2officiary

adjective

Definition of OFFICIARY

:  connected with, derived from, or having a title or rank by virtue of holding an office <officiary earl>

First Known Use of OFFICIARY

1612

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