noun, French slang or argot for father/mother, master/mistress, gang leader, brothel owner/madam.
Used in the 17th century used to designate the master of the house, later the head of housekeeping. Would be derived from the word ‘Baron’ and perhaps a crossing with the old French ‘dam‘, which means lord or master
(source : Larousse)
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