tonsor

Latin, meaning: barber.
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Tonsor

(Latin) a man's barber entrusted with complete body care, cura corporis; a tonsor had assistants who worked with him to groom a man according to the latest fashion; grooming included shaving and haircuts; due to the lack of sharp scissor blades, Roman men preferred a curly hair style to conceal the poor tonsus, or haircut, resulting from blunt iron...
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Tonsor

Ton'sor noun [ Latin ] A barber. Sir W. Scott.
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Tonsor

• (n.) A barber.
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tonsor

barbar.
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