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[as-per] /ˈæs pər/
adjective, Obsolete.
1.
harsh; rough.
Origin of asper2
1325-1375
1325-75; < Latin: rough; replacing Middle English aspre < Middle French
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British Dictionary definitions for most-asper

asper

/ˈæspə/
noun
1.
a former Turkish monetary unit, a silver coin, worth 1/120 of a piastre
Word Origin
from Turkish, ultimately from Latin: rough, harsh
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