granary

If you're wondering where to store your grain, the simple answer is — in a granary. Not much more to say, really. A granary is where grain is stored.

One clear way to remember the meaning of granary is that it sounds like what it is. If I were to ask you to invent a word that means "the place where grain is stored" you'd very likely come up with granary — though admittedly, the spelling is a little different. In the same way that wine comes from a winery, you'll find granaries the world over filled with, well, grain.

Definitions of granary
1

n a storehouse for threshed grain or animal feed

Synonyms:
garner
Types:
crib
a bin or granary for storing grains
corncrib
a crib for storing and drying ears of corn
Type of:
depot, entrepot, storage, store, storehouse
a depository for goods

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