Butlery


Butlery
A store-room where food and wines were kept in large establishments. The word has no connection with butter. [< AnNor. boterie < OldFr. botelerie]

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  • butlery — /but leuh ree/, n., pl. butleries. a butler s room or pantry; buttery. [1250 1300; ME botelerie. See BUTLER, Y3] * * * …   Universalium

  • butlery — n. buttery, pantry; butler s room …   English contemporary dictionary

  • butlery — but·lery …   English syllables

  • butlery — /ˈbʌtləri/ (say butluhree) noun (plural butleries) a butler s room or pantry; a buttery. {butler + y3; replacing Middle English botelerye, from Old French bouteillerie storeroom for wine} …   Australian English dictionary

  • butlery — ˈbətlərē, ri noun ( es) Etymology: Middle English botelerie, from Old French bouteillerie wine cellar, from bouteille bottle + erie ery more at bottle : buttery …   Useful english dictionary

  • Hylton Castle — Infobox Historic building name = Hylton Castle caption = West façade of Hylton Castle, 2008 map type = Tyne and Wear latitude = 54.92253 longitude = 1.44318 location town = Sunderland location country = United Kingdom architect = client = Sir… …   Wikipedia

  • pantry — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) n. store, cupboard, larder, kitchen, scullery; galley, cuddy; buttery, butlery; ewery, china closet. See receptacle. II (Roget s IV) n. Syn. storeroom, scullery, larder, cupboard, cooler, buttery; see… …   English dictionary for students


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