/chaym"beuhr euhr/, n. Archaic.
a man who frequents ladies' chambers; gallant.
[1200-50; ME: chamberlain < AF; see CHAMBER, -ER2]
/chaym"beuhr euhr/, n. Obs.
[1350-1400; ME chamberere < AF, fem. of chamberer chamberlain; see CHAMBERER1]

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