anbury

noun
an·​bury | \ˈanbərē, ˈam-, -ˌbe-\
plural -es

Definition of anbury 

1 : angleberry

2 : clubroot

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First Known Use of anbury

1598, in the meaning defined at sense 1

History and Etymology for anbury

probably alteration of (assumed) earlier English angberry, from ang- (from Old English, narrow, painful) + berry

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