Manciple

A manciple əl is a person in charge of the purchase and storage of food at an institution such as a college, monastery, or court of law. Manciples were sometimes also in charge of catering more generally, including food preparation. The title still survives in some Oxford and Cambridge colleges, at the Charterhouse in the City of London, in the P...
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Manciple

• (n.) A steward; a purveyor, particularly of a college or Inn of Court.
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Manciple

Man'ci·ple noun [ From Old French mancipe slave, servant (with l inserted, as in participle ), from Latin mancipium . See Mancipate .] A steward; a purveyor, particularly of a college or Inn of Court. Chaucer.
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manciple

steward of a college or monastery; purveyor
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