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Definition of Pantler

Pantler
Pantler Pan"tler, n. [F. panetier. See Panter, Pantry.] The servant or officer, in a great family, who has charge of the bread and the pantry. [Obs.] --Shak.

Meaning of Pantler from wikipedia

- The head of the office responsible for this room was referred to as a pantler. There were similar rooms for storage of bacon and other meats (larder)...
- Pantler (Lithuanian: Stalininkas, Polish: Stolnik, Russian: сто́льник, IPA: [ˈstolʲnʲɪk]) was a court office in Lithuania, Poland, and Russia, responsible...
- lesser nobles in the land. Jacek aspired to marry the Pantler's daughter, but was refused by the Pantler. Later, when Russian troops stormed the Castle during...
- The office of Pantler of Scotland, (referred to in do****ents as Latin: Paniterius Scotiae) was a court position in the Kingdom of Scotland during the...
- Deputy pantler (Polish: podstoli) was a court office in Poland and Lithuania. They were the deputy of a pantler, and was responsible for the King's pantry...
- Nisroch, chief of the kitchen. Behemoth, chief cupbearer. Dagon, grand pantler. Mullin, first valet. Secret expenses: Kobal, director of theaters. Asmodeus...
- Orkney (c. 1375 – 1420) was the Jarl (Earl) of Orkney, Baron of Roslin and Pantler of Scotland. According to Roland Saint-Clair writing in the late 19th century...
- William de Moray (died c. 1300), Pantler of Scotland, Lord of Bothwell, Walston and Smailholm, was a Scottish noble. He was a son of Walter de Moray....
- feasts, he announced the successive dishes. Second in importance was the Pantler, who began setting the table. During feasts, he directed the setting of...
- which stores or food were distributed. And so in Scotland larderers (also pantlers and cellarers) were known as spencers. The office generally was subordinated...