2. From Medieval Latin veneria, from Latin venus, vener-, "desire, love".
3. The term venery, is also considered to be an archaic term from Middle English venerie from Old French venerie; which came from Latin venari, "to hunt, to pursue".
Remember that this word is not the same as the venery terms indicated in other entries of this unit!
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2. Etymology: from venery, "hunting" [archaic], "to hunt"; from Latin venari, "to hunt, to pursue"; the act, art, or sport of hunting; "love for the pursuit [hunt]".
Don't confuse this word with another venery which refers to "the pursuit of or indulgence in sexual pleasure".