corodiary

noun co·ro·di·ary \kəˈrōdēˌerē\
variants: or

corrodiary

\kəˈrōdēˌerē\

Definition of corodiary

plural

-es

  1. :  the recipient of a corody

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Origin and Etymology of corodiary

Medieval Latin corrodiarius, from corrodium + Latin -arius -ary


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