noun di·seur \R dēˈzər, diˈ-, +V -zər‧; −R -zə̄, +V -zər‧ or -zə̄ also -zə̄r\

Definition of diseur



\-ər(z), -ə̄(z)\
  1. :  a skilled and usually professional reciter (as of verse spoken to music)

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Origin and Etymology of diseur

French, from Old French, from dis- (stem of dire to speak, say, from Latin dicere) + -eur -or — more at diction

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a rounded knoll or a ridge of ice

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