bursar


bur·sar

noun \ˈbər-sər, -ˌsär\

: a person whose job is to manage the money of a school, college, or university

Full Definition of BURSAR

:  an officer (as of a monastery or college) in charge of funds :  treasurer

Origin of BURSAR

Anglo-French & Medieval Latin; Anglo-French burser, from Medieval Latin bursarius, from bursa
First Known Use: 13th century

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