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Date: 1500-1600
Language: Spanish
Origin: mayordomo or early Italian maiordomo, from Medieval Latin major domus 'chief of the house'

majordomo

noun
     
Related topics: Occupations, Household
ma‧jor‧do‧mo plural majordomos [countable] old-fashioned
BODH someone in charge of the servants in a large house

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