- massys, quentin,
- masséna, andré,
- mast ball,
- mast band
Origin of massé
Examples from the Web for masse
From the Masse they bring him back unto the pallace; he washes his hands, and sittes down at the table well furnished.The Wonder-Working Magician|Pedro Calderon de la Barca
The Society was destined to reap few laurels from the brief apostleship of Biard and Masse.Pioneers Of France In The New World|Francis Parkman, Jr.
After the masse was done ther was a greate banket and fest and the ladyes of England highly entreteyned.When Knighthood Was in Flower|Charles Major
These cost at Bantam a dollar for 400, and are worth at Succadanea a masse the 100, a masse being three quarters of a dollar.
Forthewith th they saye / what is it to me though papistes do abuse the Masse?