Meaning of macer in English:

macer

Pronunciation /ˈmeɪsə/

noun

  • (in Scotland) an official who keeps order in a law court.

    ‘The macer made room for the son of the presiding judge.’
    • ‘As a court officer or macer, you must have good communication skills.’
    • ‘It, in the first place, in express terms declares the office of macer to be hereditary, and the acting macer to be merely a deputy.’

Origin

Middle English from Old French massier, from masse (see mace).