- buteyko method,
- buthelezi, mangosuthu gatsha,
- butler's pantry,
- butler's sideboard,
- butler's table,
- butler's tray,
- butler, benjamin franklin
Origin of butler
Examples from the Web for under-butler
Under-butler Grant Harrold claimed he was forced to quit his £24,000-a-year job looking after Charles and Camilla last year.
The under-butler came forth and went noiselessly towards the offices.The Gateless Barrier|Lucas Malet
He was just the sort of man that the under-butler had in his eye, when describing his servant.Three Courses and a Dessert|Anonymous
Word Origin for butler
late 12c., from Anglo-French buteillier "cup-bearer," from Old French boteillier "cup-bearer, butler, officer in charge of wine," from boteille "wine vessel, bottle" (see bottle (n.)). The word reflects the position's original function as "chief servant in charge of wine." In Old French, fem. boteilliere was used of the Virgin Mary as "dispenser" of the cup of Mercy.