Etymology
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chambermaid (n.)

1580s, "female servant who dresses a lady and waits on her in her room," also "woman who makes beds and cleans rooms," from chamber (n.) + maid.

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Definitions of chambermaid

chambermaid (n.)
a maid who is employed to clean and care for bedrooms (now primarily in hotels);
Synonyms: fille de chambre
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