Lazar meaning

lāzər, lăzər
A diseased person; a leper.
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(archaic) An impoverished, diseased, esp. leprous, person.
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A diseased person; a leper.
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(archaic) A sufferer of an infectious disease, especially leprosy.
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Origin of lazar

  • Middle English from Old French lazre from Late Latin Lazarus Lazarus, the beggar full of sores in a New Testament parable (Luke 16:20)

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From the biblical Lazarus (Luke XVI.20).

    From Wiktionary