noun stan·na·ry \ˈsta-nə-rē\
plural stan·na·ries

Definition of STANNARY

:  any of the regions in England containing establishments for the working of tin —usually used in plural

Origin of STANNARY

Middle English stannarie, from Medieval Latin stannaria tin mine, from Late Latin stannum tin
First Known Use: 15th century


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