coiffeur

[kwa-fœr]
noun, plural coiffeurs [kwa-fœr] . French.
a man who is a hairdresser.
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coiffeur (kwɑːˈfɜː, French kwafœr)
 
n
a hairdresser
 
coiffeuse
 
fem n

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coiffeur
1847, from Fr. word for "hairdresser," from coiffer "to dress hair," from O.Fr. coife, originally, "inner part of the helmet" (see coif). A woman hairdresser would properly be a coiffeuse.
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There were also street musicians, clothing vendors, and barbers to give guests the appropriate razor or greaser coiffeur.
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