I. noun (-s)
Etymology: Middle English chamberere, chambrier, from Middle French chamberiere, feminine of chamberier chamberlain, from Late Latin camerarius, from Late Latin camera + Latin -arius -er
II. noun (-s)

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  • Chamberer — Cham ber*er, n. 1. One who attends in a chamber; a chambermaid. [Obs.] Chaucer. [1913 Webster] 2. A civilian; a carpetmonger. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • chamberer — chamberer1 /chaym beuhr euhr/, n. Archaic. a man who frequents ladies chambers; gallant. [1200 50; ME: chamberlain < AF; see CHAMBER, ER2] chamberer2 /chaym beuhr euhr/, n. Obs. chambermaid. [1350 1400; ME chamberere < AF, fem. of chamberer… …   Universalium

  • Avgustyn Voloshyn — Infobox President | name =Avhustyn Ivanovych Voloshyn nationality =Subcarpathian |thumb birth date =birth date|1874|3|17|mf=y birth place =Kelesin, Transcarpathia (Province of Austro Hungary) death date =July, 1945 death place =Butyrka prison in… …   Wikipedia

  • chambrere — chambrere, brier etc., obs. ff. chamberer …   Useful english dictionary

  • chomberier — obs. f. chamberer …   Useful english dictionary

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