Definition of scapulary in English:

scapulary

Line breaks: scapu|lary
Pronunciation: /ˈskapjʊləri
 
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noun (plural scapularies)

Another term for scapular (sense 1) of the noun), scapular (sense 3) of the noun).
More example sentences
  • They could not, however, break him of his habit of crossing himself, but he went so far as to take off the string with a couple of brass medals the size of a sixpence, a tiny metal cross, and a square sort of scapulary which he wore round his neck.

Origin

Middle English: from an Anglo-Norman French variant of Old French eschapeloyre, based on late Latin scapulare (see scapular).

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