Definition of idiotry in US English:

idiotry

noun

  • (A) Chiefly Scottish Law. = "idiocy". Now historical in technical sense. (b) = "idiocy". informal.

Origin

Late 15th century; earliest use found in Acts of Lords of Council in Civil Causes. From idiot + -ry.

Pronunciation

idiotry

/ˈɪdɪətri/