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masseur

 [mah-ser´] (Fr.)
a man who performs massage.

mas·seur

(mă-ser'),
1. A man who massages.
2. An instrument used in mechanical massage.
[Fr. see massage]

masseur

/mas·seur/ (mah-sur´) [Fr.]
1. a man who performs massage.
2. an instrument for performing massage.

masseur

A male who gives massages, usually understood to be a lay person (i.e., not a medical professional).
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