Columbary

Col'um·ba·ry noun ; plural Columbaries . [ Latin columbarium , from columba a dove.] A dovecote; a pigeon house. Sir T. Browne.
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Columbary

• (n.) A dovecote; a pigeon house.
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columbary

columbary 1. A dovecote; a pigeonhole in a dovecote (a structure, usually at a height above the ground, for housing domestic pigeons); a pigeon house. 2. A vault with niches for urns containing ashes of the dead; one of the niches in such a vault.
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