One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1Chiefly North American. A storehouse, especially a simple or temporary structure storing supplies for the use of travellers, traders, etc. Now historical.
2US. A business selling supplies; a commercial supplier of goods and equipment.
Mid 19th century. From supply + house.
supply house/səˈplʌɪ haʊs/
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