|1.||an officer who manages the household of a king|
|2.||the steward of a nobleman or landowner|
|3.||the treasurer of a municipal corporation|
|[C13: from Old French chamberlayn, of Frankish origin; related to Old High German chamarling chamberlain, Latin camera|
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