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Date: 1300-1400
Language: Old French
Origin: vestiarie, from Medieval Latin vestiarium, from Latin vestire; VEST2

vestry

noun
     
Related topics: Christianity
ves‧try plural vestries [countable]
RRC a small room in a church where a priest puts on his or her vestments and where holy plates, cups etc are kept

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