sirvente[sîr-väɴtˈ, sər-vĕntˈ] also sir·ven·tes [sər-vĕnˈtĭs, -vĕntsˈ]
sirvente definition by American Heritage Dictionary
also sir·ven·tesnoun pl. sir·ventes also sir·vent·es
Origin: French, from Provençal sirventes, from Old Provençal, from sirvent, servant (the position of a lover towards his mistress), from Latin serviēns, servient-, present participle of servīre, to serve, from servus, servant.