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cham·ber·lain / ˈchāmbərlən/ • n. hist. an officer who manages the household of a monarch or noble. ∎  Brit. the treasurer of a corporation or public body. DERIVATIVES: cham·ber·lain·ship / ship/ n.

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chamberlain

chamberlain attendant on a royal or noble chamber XIII; steward of a king, etc. XV. ME. cha(u)mberleyn, -laine — OF. chamberlain, -lenc (mod. chambellan) — Frank. *kamarling, f. kamara CHAMBER; see -LING 1.

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