the spare room on the upper floor of an Eastern dwelling (Mark 14:14; Luke 22:11). In Luke 2:7 the word is translated "inn" (q.v.).
After breakfast, Somers was conducted to the guest-chamber on the second floor of the mansion.
The guest-chamber will need a cleaning after they are gone!'
I'll be carried down into the guest-chamber, where he was ill for so long.
There was an air of comfort in this guest-chamber which lulled the mind.
Her first step had been to have the patient bathed and combed and made presentable for the occupancy of the guest-chamber.
We were about to enter the guest-chamber of the House of the Sun.
May I have the honour of conducting your Adiposity to the guest-chamber?
We descend to Room XX., originally the guest-chamber of the brotherhood.
She went into the guest-chamber and greeted Thorgils and all the others, and asked for tidings.
Where is my guest-chamber, where I shall eat the passover with my disciples?'