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Date: 1300-1400
Language: Old French
Origin: chanterie 'singing', from chanter; CHANT1

chantry

noun
     
Related topics: Christianity
chan‧try also chantry chapel plural chantries [countable]
RRC a small church or part of a church paid for by someone so that priests can pray for them there after they die

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