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manservant

[man-sur-vuh nt] /ˈmænˌsɜr vənt/
noun, plural menservants.
1.
a male servant, especially a valet.
Origin of manservant
1545-1555
1545-55; man1 + servant
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manservant

/ˈmænˌsɜːvənt/
noun (pl) menservants
1.
a male servant, esp a valet
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Word Origin and History for manservant
n.

also man-servant, 1550s, from man (n.) + servant.

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