masseur

masseur

[muh-sur; French ma-sœr]
noun, plural masseurs [muh-surz; French ma-sœr] .
a man who provides massage as a profession or occupation.

Origin:
1875–80; < French; see massage, -eur

masseur, masseuse.
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masseur (mæˈsɜː)
 
n
a man who gives massages, esp as a profession
 
[C19: from French masser to massage]

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masseur
man who works giving massages, 1876, from Fr. masser (see massage).
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