Definition for MARE-SCHAL

MARE-SCHAL, n. [màrshal; Fr. marechal; D. and G. marschalk; Dan. marskalk, composed of W. marc, a horse, and the Teutonic scalk or skalk, schalk, a servant. This word is now written Marshal – which see.]

The chief commander of an army. Prior.

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