[ Old French lazare
, from Lazarus
the beggar. Luke xvi
.] A person infected with a filthy or pestilential disease; a leper. Chaucer.
« Like loathsome lazars
, by the hedges lay.» Spenser. Lazar house a laza...
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A person infected with a filthy or pestilential disease; a leper. 'Like loathsome lazars, by the hedges lay.' (Spenser) Lazar house a lazaretto; also, a hospital for quarantine. ... Origin: OF. Lazare, fr. Lazarus the beggar. Luke xvi. 20. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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• (n.) A person infected with a filthy or pestilential disease; a leper.
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Lazar is a Hungarian boy name. The meaning of the name is `God is My Helper` Where is it used? The name Lazar is mainly used In Russian.How do they say it elsewhere? Lazarus ( In the bible) See also In Italian: Lazzaro In Hungarian: Lázár In French: Lazare In the bible: Eleazar Alternative meanings (Russian) God is My Helper The name Lazar does...
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[name] Lazar (Russian Ла́зарь, Serbian, Bulgarian and Macedonian Лазар) is a male given name or a surname. This abbreviated form of Lazarus is especially common in various Slavic languages. The name is derived from the Hebrew name אֶלְעָזָר (Elʿazar, or Eleazar), meaning `God has helped`. ...
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leper or person with similar pestilential disease
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