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Cremary, -ery, n. Also: chrymerie. [MLG. krêmerie, var. of krâmerie: see Cramery.] Merchandise dealt in by a stall-keeper or pedlar. I nocht can Tell sic riches … Of siluer werk, and goldin cremary, Of silk and sabill, and of tapestrie; Stewart 50307.
Scottis wairis, sic as claith, lynning, and woone, and vder smale cremary; 1556 Aberd. B. Rec. I. 300.
All thir personis ar admittit to sell small chrymerie and wse of merchandice; 1570 Inverness B. Rec. I. 196.
Cremery waire, value 25 d.; 1672 Leith Customs .
Cremery valued 20 s.; 1673 Ib. 6.

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