Everybody is very pleased that this most recent

Everybody is very pleased that this most recent peak of interest in the
riddle is now over and we can get back to some real work. Here, for the record
and in case anybody is still interested, are a few other words in -gry
that do exist in English, though only specialist dictionary-makers and students
of the history of the language have even heard of most of them. I have left out
compounds such as land-hungry.

aggry: Coloured and variegated glass beads of
ancient manufacture, found buried in the ground in Africa. A word of unknown
origin. Seemingly always used attributively, as in aggry beads.

braggry: A variant form of braggery.
Obsolete.

conyngry: An obsolete dialectal variant of
conyger
, itself an obsolete term meaning