from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Any: as, I haven't seen ary one of them.
- A suffix of Latin origin, occurring in adjectives, as in arbitrary, contrary, primary, secondary, sumptuary, etc., and in nouns denoting either persons, as antiquary, apothecary, notary, secretary, etc., or things, as books, writings, etc., as 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 form of -ar, occurring in adjectives, as auxiliary, capillary, exemplary, military, salutary, etc., some of which are also used as nouns, as auxiliary, capillary, military, etc.
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