a person in charge of a treasure or treasury; specif., an officer in charge of the funds or finances, as of a government, corporation, or society
Origin of treasurerMiddle English tresorer ; from Anglo-French tresorer, for Old French tresorier ; from tresor: see treasure
One who has charge of funds or revenues, especially the chief financial officer of a government, corporation, or association.
Origin of treasurerMiddle English tresurer, from Anglo-Norman tresorer, from Late Latin th&emacron;saurarius, from Latin, of treasure, from th&emacron;saurus, treasure; see treasure.
Anglo-Norman tresorer, from tresor + -er