horary

adjective
ho·​ra·​ry | \ ˈhȯr-ər-ē How to pronounce horary (audio) , ˈhär-\

Definition of horary

: of or relating to an hour also : hourly

First Known Use of horary

1632, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for horary

Medieval Latin horarius, from Latin hora hour — more at hour

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