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lazar (n.)

"filthy beggar, leper," c. 1300, from Medieval Latin lazarus "leper," from Lazarus (q.v.), the name of the beggar in the biblical parable. Sometimes also lazard, with pejorative suffix.

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Definitions of lazar

lazar (n.)
a person afflicted with leprosy;
Synonyms: leper
From wordnet.princeton.edu