|Origin:||quarriere, from an unrecorded quarre 'square stone', from Latin quadrum 'square'|
|Origin:||cuiree 'inside parts of a killed animal given to the hunting dogs', probably from Late Latin corata, from Latin cor 'heart'|
quar‧ry1 plural quarries
a place where large amounts of stone or sand are dug out of the ground:
a slate quarry
the person or animal that you are hunting or chasing:
Briefly, the hunter and his quarry glared at each other.