Etymology
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masonry (n.)

mid-14c., masonrie, "stonework, a construction of dressed or fitted stones;" late 14c., "art or occupation of a mason;" from Old French maçonerie (14c.), from maçon (see mason).

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Definitions of masonry
1
masonry (n.)
structure built of stone or brick by a mason;
masonry (n.)
the craft of a mason;
2
Masonry (n.)
Freemasons collectively;
Synonyms: Freemasonry
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