rasure

rasure

[rey-zher, -sher]
noun
an erasure.

Origin:
< Middle French < Late Latin rāsūra, equivalent to Latin rās(us) (past participle of rādere to scratch, scrape; cf. rasorial, raze) + -ūra -ure

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