Definition of sextry in English:

sextry

noun

historical
  • Sacristy.

Origin

Late Middle English. Probably from Middle French secresterie or its etymon post-classical Latin secrestaria, variant of sacristaria (frequently 1160–1537 in British sources; compare also sacristria; from sacristia + classical Latin -āria), perhaps influenced by vestry.

Pronunciation

sextry

/ˈsɛkstri/