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 Mazeppa (Jan),Maz’ikeen or Shedeem. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Mazer.
 
A cup; so called from the British masarn (maple); Dutch, maeser. Like our copus-cups in Cambridge, and the loving-cup of the London Corporation.   1
       
“A mazer wrought of the maple ware.”
       
Spenser: Calendar (August).
“Bring hither,’ he said, ‘the mazers four
My noble fathers loved of yore.’”
       
Sir Walter Scott: Lord of the Isles.
 


 Mazeppa (Jan),Maz’ikeen or Shedeem. 

 
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