Definition of remembrancer in English:


Line breaks: re¦mem|bran¦cer
Pronunciation: /rɪˈmɛmbr(ə)nsə


  • 1A chronicler.
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    • If true, then here is an intellectual discipline coming live from the ancient remembrancers - Greek, Celtic, Viking, whatever.
    • Bards endured an arduous and long apprenticeship in the strict metres of Welsh poetry; their function, as with most pre-literate or partly-literate societies, was to be its remembrancers, its legitimisers and its moralists.
    • Although this was done, duplicates remained with the king's remembrancer.
  • 2British An official of the Court of Exchequer.

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