noun, plural chat·e·lains [shat-l-eynz; French shahtuh-lan] /ˈʃæt lˌeɪnz; French ʃɑtəˈlɛ̃/.
Origin of chatelain
Examples from the Web for chatelain
The death of Chatelain also, who was cut off by an attack of colic, happened seasonably for us.Letters of John Calvin, Volume II (of 4)|Jules Bonnet
So saying, he sprung on the Chatelain, threw him over his shoulders, and hurled him headlong into the river after the minstrels.Points of Humour, Part II (of II)|Anonymous
Evidently the chatelain used to enter by climbing up through Villeneuve-Loubet as we had done.
In vain had they endeavoured to shake the constancy of Chatelain.History of the Reformation of the Sixteenth Century, Volume III|J. H. Merle D'Aubign
Monsieur le Maire told us that the chatelain came often, and never forgot to invite him to meet the guests at the castle.