mo·​bil·​iary | \ mōˈbilēˌerē, -lyərē \

Definition of mobiliary

1 : of or relating to movable property
2 : of or relating to household furniture

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History and Etymology for mobiliary

French mobiliaire, from Middle French, from mobile movable property (from Medieval Latin, from Latin mobilia, plural, from neuter plural of mobilis movable, mobile) + Middle French -aire -ary

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“Mobiliary.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 19 Sep. 2020.

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