ary definition

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    • A suffix of Latin source, occurring in adjectives, such as arbitrary, contrary, primary, secondary, sumptuary, etc., plus in nouns denoting either persons, as antiquary, apothecary, notary, secretary, etc., or things, as publications, writings, etc., like in dictionary, glossary, breviary, diary, vocabulary, formulary, etc., or places, repositories, etc., as in apiary, granary, piscary, library, reliquary, sanctuary, etc.
    • A suffix of Latin origin, another as a type of -ar, happening in adjectives, as additional, capillary, exemplary, armed forces, salutary, etc., some of which are in addition made use of as nouns, as auxiliary, capillary, military, etc.

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