ușar

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See also: usar and USAR

Romanian[edit]

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From ușă +‎ -ar, or possibly from Vulgar Latin *ustiārius, from Latin ostiārius. Compare French huissier, English usher.

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ușar m (plural ușari)

  1. (archaic) doorman, porter

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