manservant

[man-sur-vuhnt]
noun, plural menservants.
a male servant, especially a valet.

Origin:
1545–55; man1 + servant

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manservant (ˈmænˌsɜːvənt)
 
n , pl menservants
a male servant, esp a valet

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manservant
1550s, from man (n.) + servant.
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Example sentences
He spends his days throwing shoes at his manservant and his nights gorging himself on the city's finest cuisine.
As soon as he landed the nobleman left the pier, turning over the details of his baggage examination to his manservant.
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