A trapper's line in the movie The Ballad of Buster Scruggs:
Trapper: I did have a consort, a stout woman of the Hunkpapa Sioux. We had a companionship of sorts. But there is a lady present. A life together marked by the passing of the seasons and the corresponding travels of game. In the latter, she took very little interest. Well, her duties was domestic. I would track and trap, and she would terry hearthside.
I haven't found one dictionary that lists a verbal definition of "terry". Not even the OED has it. It seems to mean "tend", "watch over" hearthside (fireplace, namely referring to domestic matters). But where does this usage of terry as a verb come from?