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Etymology 1Edit

From casa (house) +‎ -era (an inhabitant of). Cf. also Latin casārius.

NounEdit

casera f (plural caseres)

  1. housekeeper (not including a hotel housekeeper or the like)
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Etymology 2Edit

From casar (to marry) +‎ -era (the desire to undertake an activity).

NounEdit

casera f (plural caseres)

  1. A strong desire to be married.

Etymology 3Edit

From Old Occitan [Term?] (compare Occitan casièra), from Late Latin *casāria (rustic house), from Latin casa (house).

NounEdit

casera f (plural caseres)

  1. An arnot
    Synonyms: arna, arnot
  2. beehive
    Synonyms: arna, buc, rusc
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VerbEdit

casera

  1. third-person singular simple future of caser

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SpanishEdit

AdjectiveEdit

casera

  1. Feminine singular of adjective casero.

Noun 1Edit

casera f (plural caseras, masculine casero, masculine plural caseros)

  1. feminine equivalent of casero; landlady

Noun 2Edit

casera f (plural caseras)

  1. (Spain, colloquial) soda (sweet, carbonated drink)