cupbearer

[n] - the attendant (usually an officer of a nobleman`s household) whose duty is to fill and serve cups of wine
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Cupbearer

• (n.) One of the attendants of a prince or noble, permanently charged with the performance of this office for his master. • (n.) One whose office it is to fill and hand the cups at an entertainment.
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cupbearer

noun the attendant (usually an officer of a nobleman`s household) whose duty is to fill and serve cups of wine
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Cupbearer

Cup'bear`er (-bâr`ẽr) noun 1. One whose office it is to fill and hand the cups at an entertainment. 2. (Antiq.) One of the attendants of a prince or noble, permanently charged with the performance of this office for his master. 'I was the king's cupbearer .' Ne...
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cupbearer

Already in the Bible in the first book of Moses (Genesis) a cupbearer of the pharaoh is mentioned. In the Middle Ages, at the princely courts, the cupbearer was a servant responsible for the drinks (Latin Buticularius or Pincerna, English Butler, French Bouteiller-Échanson). Wine was one of the main drinks at the noble farms and was often enjoyed ...
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