chancellery

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English[edit]

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Etymology[edit]

From Middle English chancelrie, from Old French chancelerie (Modern French chancellerie), from Late Latin cancellaria. Doublet of chancery.

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Noun[edit]

chancellery (plural chancelleries)

  1. the rank or office of a chancellor
  2. The building in which such an office is situated

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