Definition of peatery in English:

peatery

(also peatry)

noun

Scottish
historical
  • A place from which peats are cut; a peatbog.

Origin

Early 19th century; earliest use found in George Chalmers (d. 1825), antiquary and political writer. From peat + -ery. In the forms petary, peatary after post-classical Latin petaria (frequently 1180–1608 in British sources; also as petarium) from peta peat + classical Latin -āria.

Pronunciation

peatery

/ˈpiːtəri/