from The Century Dictionary.
- noun A priest who celebrates mass.
- noun A mercer.
- noun A masseur.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.
- noun rare A priest who celebrates Mass.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun obsolete A priest who celebrates Mass
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He deserves punishment, same as the cop who shoulder-charged the critical masser. funny that.
Bery lubbly Jack, I preeshiate ur poo…..pee…pooeet…… ur wurds, u iz teh masser ob teh wurds, itinkso.
I too am an adamant anti-masser. the i know I'm not original here massholes tend only to piss motorists off, and that makes the roads much more dangerous for the rest of us.
Der findes masser af ord opfundet på internettet, og 'dank' er det seneste af slagsen.
"You don't need to lick me none, masser -- you gots de law wid you, " Dock said.
But when any of them, who understand our language, are so complimented, they very properly reply, _Masser, when negre be much fed, negre work much; when negre has good masser, negre be good.
"I knows dis yere, masser: he mos'ly sends dem ar 'as ar' doctored by him to dar homes in a box!"
The word Massage is a derivation from the Greek massein, or the French masser, which both mean: to knead.
I allers wait on my masser myself till my little brudder got big enough; den I want to go 'way.
"Nebber mine, masser," said the porter, "dey wont go widout 'ou -- Baltimore boat haant ariv yet, dey doan go till dat come in, such."