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From: DICT.TW English-Chinese Dictionary 英漢字典

 ma·son /ˈmesṇ/
 泥瓦匠,共濟會會員(vt.)用磚瓦砌成

From: Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913)

 Ma·son n.
 1. One whose occupation is to build with stone or brick; also, one who prepares stone for building purposes.
 2. A member of the fraternity of Freemasons. See Freemason.
 Mason bee Zool., any one of numerous species of solitary bees of the genus Osmia. They construct curious nests of hardened mud and sand.
 Mason moth Zool., any moth whose larva constructs an earthen cocoon under the soil.
 Mason shell Zool., a marine univalve shell of the genus Phorus; -- so called because it cements other shells and pebbles upon its own shell; a carrier shell.
 Mason wasp Zool., any wasp that constructs its nest, or brood cells, of hardened mud. The female fills the cells with insects or spiders, paralyzed by a sting, and thus provides food for its larvae

From: Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary (1913)

 Ma·son, v. t. To build stonework or brickwork about, under, in, over, etc.; to construct by masons; -- with a prepositional suffix; as, to mason up a well or terrace; to mason in a kettle or boiler.
 

From: WordNet (r) 2.0

 Mason
      n 1: American Revolutionary leader from Virginia whose objections
           led to the drafting of the Bill of Rights (1725-1792)
           [syn: George Mason]
      2: English film actor (1909-1984) [syn: James Mason, James
         Neville Mason]
      3: English writer (1865-1948) [syn: A. E. W. Mason, Alfred
         Edward Woodley Mason]
      4: a craftsman who works with stone or brick [syn: stonemason]
      5: a member of a widespread secret fraternal order pledged to
         mutual assistance and brotherly love [syn: Freemason]

From: Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary

 Mason
    an artificer in stone. The Tyrians seem to have been specially
    skilled in architecture (1 Kings 5:17, 18; 2 Sam. 5:11). This
    art the Hebrews no doubt learned in Egypt (Ex. 1:11, 14), where
    ruins of temples and palaces fill the traveller with wonder at
    the present day.