TAR'RY, verb intransitive [Latin taurus, a bull.]
1. To stay; to abide; to continue; to lodge.
Tarry all night and wash your feet. Genesis 19:2.
2. To stay behind. Exodus 12:39.
3. To stay in expectation; to wait.
Tarry ye here for us, till we come again to you. Exodus 24:14.
4. To delay; to put off going or coming; to defer.
Come down to me, tarry not. Genesis 45:9.
5. To remain; to stay.
He that telleth lies, shall not tarry in my sight. Psalms 101:7.
TAR'RY, verb transitive To wait for.
I cannot tarry dinner. [Not in use.]
T'ARRY, adjective [from tar.] Consisting of tar, or like tar.