mercer

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noun mer·cer \ˈmər-sər\

Definition of mercer

British

  1. :  a dealer in usually expensive fabrics

Origin and Etymology of mercer

Middle English, from Anglo-French, from merz merchandise, from Latin merc-, merx


First Known Use: 13th century


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