preceptory


pre·cep·to·ry

noun \pri-ˈsep-t(ə-)rē, ˈprē-ˌ\
plural pre·cep·to·ries

Definition of PRECEPTORY

1
:  a subordinate house or community of the Knights Templars; broadly :  commandery 1
2
:  commandery 2

First Known Use of PRECEPTORY

1540

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