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glazier

[ gley-zher ]
/ ˈgleɪ ʒər /
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noun

a person who fits windows or the like with glass or panes of glass.

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Origin of glazier

First recorded in 1350–1400, glazier is from the Middle English word glasier.See glaze, -ier1
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British Dictionary definitions for glazier

glazier
/ (ˈɡleɪzɪə) /

noun

a person who glazes windows, etc

Derived forms of glazier

glaziery, noun
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