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The meaning of Chatelaines

ˈʃatəleɪn

Chatelaines – definition

noun

A woman in charge of a large house.

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腰带

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Châtelaines

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Chatelaines, Schlossherrin, Schlossverwalterin

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चैटलाइन्स

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Chatelaine

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샤틀렌

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Швейцары, Хозяйка замка, Хозяйка дома, Цепочка на поясе

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Castellanas, Castellano

Word origin

mid 19th century: from French châtelaine, feminine of châtelain ‘castellan’, from medieval Latin castellanus (see chatelain).

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