Definition of Lazars

1. Noun. (plural of lazar) ¹



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Definition of Lazars

1. lazar [n] - See also: lazar

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lazars

layup
layups
laywoman
laywomen
lazar
lazar house
lazarenkoite
lazaret
lazarets
lazarette
lazarettes
lazaretto
lazarettos
lazarine leprosy
lazarite
lazars (current term)
lazarwort
laze
laze about
laze around
lazed
lazer
lazes
lazied
lazier
lazies
laziest
lazily
lazin'
laziness

Literary usage of Lazars

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1. Leicestershire and Rutland Notes and Queries and Antiquarian Gleaner, an edited by John Spencer, Thomas Spencer, Frederic Chapman (1893)
"The family was also early connected with Burton lazars, where John Hartopp ... THOMAS HARTOPP, of Burton lazars, yeoman, grandson of the above-named John, ..."

2. Our Old Country Towns by Alfred Rimmer (1881)
"... lazars Abbey—Croxton Abbey—" Bell" at Melton —Melton Hunt—Field sports. A FEW miles to the south of Derby lies the quaint old town of Melbourne. ..."

3. London; Being an Accurate History and Description of the British Metropolis by David Hughson (1809)
"6s. per annum ; and near forty lesser sums, but none exceeding 13/. 6s. Srf. St. Julian's Hospital was for certain poor people, then called lazars, ..."

4. Report and Transactions (1900)
"... that when any lazars or leprous people should be sent to the said hospital they should be sufficiently provided there as formerly, and that then there ..."

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