Definition of volary in English:

volary

noun

rare
  • A flock of birds kept in an aviary.

    ‘a volary of a thousand birds’
    • ‘I saw Ade toss scraps into the garden, into which immediately descended a volary of birds.’
    • ‘I opened the third door, where I found a large volary.’
    • ‘Volaries of tame pigeons gathered about the fountain for refreshment.’

Origin

Mid 17th century (in sense ‘birdcage, aviary’): from French volière, from voler ‘to fly’.

Pronunciation

volary

/ˈvəʊləri/