terrar

noun ter·rar \ˈterər, -eˌrär\

Definition of terrar

plural

-s

  1. :  a bursar of a religious house

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Origin and Etymology of terrar

Medieval Latin terrarius, from Latin terra land + -arius -ary; from his handling the income from and disbursements for the lands belonging to the house


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