macer

[mey-ser]

Origin of macer

1300–50; Middle English < Anglo-French; Middle French massier. See mace1, -er2
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macer

noun
  1. a macebearer, esp (in Scotland) an official who acts as usher in a court of law

Word Origin for macer

C14: from Old French massier, from masse mace 1
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