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Spicer is a Medieval English occupational surname for a seller or dealer in spices, or an apothecary or druggist. This name derives from the Old French “épices > épecier“, which in turn derives from the Late Latin “spĕcĭarius”, meaning “grocer, seller of spices, druggist”, from the Latin “spĕcĭēs“, meaning “Spices”.

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