Eyrie meaning

ârē, îrē
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The definition of an eyrie, also spelled aerie, is a lofty nest of a bird of prey.

An eagle's nest up in a high tree is an example of an eyrie.

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Any high and remote but commanding place.
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A bird of prey's nest.
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Origin of eyrie

  • From Old French aire or Medieval Latin aeria. Old French aire, in the sense of an eagle's nest, may have derived from Latin ager, or may less likely be related to the other senses, ultimately from Latin ārea.

    From Wiktionary