Lazar



[laz-er, ley-zer] /ˈlæz ər, ˈleɪ zər/

noun
1.
a person infected with a disease, especially leprosy.
/ˈlæzə/
noun
1.
an archaic word for leper
n.

“filthy beggar, leper,” c.1300, from Medieval Latin lazarus “leper,” from the Biblical name (see Lazarus).

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