rosser

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rosser

  1. Comparative form of ros

French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Late Latin *rustiare, from *rustia, from Latin rustum.

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rosser

  1. (archaic) to beat
  2. (slang) to hammer, to thrash, to defeat

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rosser

  1. to thrash