- (obsolete) The maple tree, or maple wood.
- (context, archaic, or, historical) A large drinking bowl made from such wood.
Etymology: From Anglo-Norman Anglo-Norman, mazer, Old French mazre "a kind of maple wood", from a Germanic source cognate with Old High German masar (German Maser "spot"), Icelandic mísurr "maple".
- 1885: Presently he rose up and set before each young man some meat in a charger and drink in a large , treating me in like manner; and after that they sat questioning me concerning my adventures and what had betided me " Sir Richard Burton, The Book of the Thousand Nights and One Night, Night 16
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