Esne



[ez-nee, -ne] /ˈɛz ni, -nɛ/

noun
1.
(in Anglo-Saxon England) a member of the lowest class; laborer.
n.

Old English esne “domestic slave,” from Proto-Germanic *asnjoz- “harvestman” (cf. Gothic asneis), from *asanoz- “harvest” (see earn).

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