Definition of abditory in English:

abditory

noun

figurative literal
  • A safe repository for valuables; a hiding place (literal and figurative).

Origin

Mid 17th century. From post-classical Latin abditorium hiding place, storeroom, chest from classical Latin abdit-, past participial stem of abdere + -ōrium.

Pronunciation:

abditory

/ˈabdɪt(ə)ri/