An officer or servant who has charge of a chamber or chambers.
An upper servant of an inn.
An officer having the direction and management of the private chambers of a nobleman or monarch; hence, in Europe, one of the high officers of a court.
A treasurer or receiver of public money; as, the chamberlain of London, of North Wales, etc.
a Chronicler, or Chamberlain, who an act as a liaison from their liege to other members of the aristocracy, this office is often combined with the Seneschal
An officer of the royal household responsible for the Chamber, meaning that he controled access to the person of the king. He was also responsible for administration of the household and the private estates of the king. The Chamberlain was one of the four main officers of the court, the others being the Chancellor, the Justiciar, and the Treasurer.
2 K.23:11; Est.2:3,14,15; Acts 12:20; Rom.16:23]- a servant who has care of the chambers [rooms] in a house, inn, or hotel.
the treasurer of a municipal corporation
an officer who manages the household of a king or nobleman
an officer in charge of managing
Officer of the royal household responsible for running the household affairs
An officer managing the household of a sovereign or great noble.