PRONUNCIATION: (ANG-guh-ree, ang-GAR-ee-uh)

MEANING: noun: The right of a warring nation to seize the property, for example, ships, of a neutral country, provided compensation is paid.

ETYMOLOGY: From French angarie (imposition), from Latin angaria (forced service), from Greek angareia (impressment for public service), from Persian hamkara (herald). Earliest documented use: 1880.

HANGARY - having an abundance of places to store and shelter aircraft

APGARY - the practice of predicting a child's adult destiny by considering its status at one minute and five minutes after birth

ANYGARY - it doesn't matter which industrial city in Indiana