brasier

1
[ brey-zher ]
/ ˈbreɪ ʒər /
|

noun


Nearby words

  1. brasco,
  2. brash,
  3. brash ice,
  4. brashly,
  5. brashy,
  6. brasil,
  7. brasilein,
  8. brasilia,
  9. brasilin,
  10. brass

brasier

2
[ brey-zher ]
/ ˈbreɪ ʒər /

noun

brazier

1

or bra·sier

[ brey-zher ]
/ ˈbreɪ ʒər /

noun

a metal receptacle for holding live coals or other fuel, as for heating a room.
a simple cooking device consisting of a container of live coals covered by a grill or thin metal top upon which the food, usually meat, is placed.

Origin of brazier

1
1680–90; earlier brasier < F. See braise, -er2

brazier

2

or bra·sier

[ brey-zher ]
/ ˈbreɪ ʒər /

noun

a person who makes articles of brass.

Origin of brazier

2
1275–1325; Middle English brasier, equivalent to Old English bræsi(an) to work in brass + -er -er1

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British Dictionary definitions for brasiers

brasier

/ (ˈbreɪzɪə) /

noun

a less common spelling of brazier 1

brazier

1

brasier

/ (ˈbreɪzɪə) /

noun

a person engaged in brass-working or brass-founding
Derived Formsbraziery, noun

Word Origin for brazier

C14: from Old English bræsian to work in brass + -er 1

brazier

2

brasier

/ (ˈbreɪzɪə) /

noun

a portable metal receptacle for burning charcoal or coal, used for cooking, heating, etc

Word Origin for brazier

C17: from French brasier, from braise live coals; see braise

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Word Origin and History for brasiers

brazier

n.

"metal container to hold burning coals," 1680s, from French brasier "pan of hot coals," from Old French brasier, from brese "embers" (see braise).

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