meserie

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Romanian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Appears around 19th century, from the verb meseri ("to be poor, live in poverty, want"), from meser (from Latin miser), both archaic and no longer in use. Current meaning acquired perhaps through the aspect of need or want being fulfilled.

Noun[edit]

meserie f (plural meserii)

  1. profession, handicraft, trade

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