Origin of bursar
Examples from the Web for bursar
Historical Examples of bursar
I do not know how far you are in the right about guessing at a Bursar: Tim.
While Bursar of Magdalen College he built the college chapel tower.Biographical Outlines
The Bursar thought that Mr. Ravenshoe's plea of sobriety should be taken in extenuation.Ravenshoe
“The Bursar and I shall have plenty of time for an explanation—later,” said Pluto.The Casual Ward
A. D. Godley
Suppose he went to the Bursar, obtained an exeat, fled straight to London!Zuleika Dobson
Word Origin for bursar
"treasurer of a college," 1580s, from Anglo-Latin burser "treasurer" (13c.), from Medieval Latin bursarius "purse-bearer," from bursa (see purse (n.)). Related: Bursarial.