Etymology
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bursary (n.)

"treasury of a college or monastery," 1690s, from Medieval Latin bursaria "treasurer's room," from bursarius, from bursa "bag, purse" (see purse (n.)).

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Definitions of bursary

bursary (n.)
the treasury of a public institution or religious order;
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