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cameral

[ kam-er-uhl, kam-ruhl ]
/ ˈkæm ər əl, ˈkæm rəl /
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adjective
of or relating to a judicial or legislative chamber or the privacy of such a chamber.
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Origin of cameral

1755–65; <Medieval Latin camerālis, equivalent to camer(a) treasury, governmental chamber + -ālis-al1; see chamber
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British Dictionary definitions for cameral

cameral
/ (ˈkæmərəl) /

adjective
of or relating to a judicial or legislative chamber

Word Origin for cameral

C18: from Medieval Latin camerālis; see camera
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