Definition of massier in English:

massier

noun

historical
  • A student elected from among those at a French artist's studio to be the treasurer, administrator, and supervisor of the group.

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in Appletons' Journal. From French massier from masse funds (of a group, society) + -ier.

Pronunciation

massier

/ˈmasɪeɪ/