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chatelain

[ shat-l-eyn; French shahtuh-lan ]
/ ˈʃæt lˌeɪn; French ʃɑtəˈlɛ̃ /
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noun, plural chat·e·lains [shat-l-eynz; French shahtuh-lan]. /ˈʃæt lˌeɪnz; French ʃɑtəˈlɛ̃/.

a castellan.

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Origin of chatelain

<Middle French <Latin castellānuscastellan
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British Dictionary definitions for chatelain

chatelain
/ (ˈʃætəˌleɪn, French ʃɑtlɛ̃) /

noun

the keeper or governor of a castle

Word Origin for chatelain

C16: from French, from Latin castellānus occupant of a castle
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