Etymology
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menagerie (n.)

"collection of wild animals kept in captivity," 1712, from French ménagerie "housing for domestic animals, yard or enclosure in which wild animals are kept" (16c.), from Old French manage "household" (see menage).

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Definitions of menagerie

menagerie (n.)
a collection of live animals for study or display;
menagerie (n.)
the facility where wild animals are housed for exhibition;
Synonyms: zoo / zoological garden
From wordnet.princeton.edu