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infirmarer

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NounEdit

infirmarer (plural infirmarers)

  1. (archaic, historical) One who took care of the sick, especially in a medieval monastery or nunnery; physician

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VerbEdit

īnfirmārer

  1. first-person singular imperfect passive subjunctive of īnfirmō