Meaning of accipitrary in English:

accipitrary

Pronunciation /akˈsɪpɪtrəri/

noun

archaic, historical
  • A person who keeps and trains hawks or falcons; a falconer.

Origin

Mid 17th century. From post-classical Latin accipitrarius keeper and tamer of hawks, falconer from classical Latin accipitr-, accipiter + -ārius.