chaumer


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chaumer

(ˈtʃɔːmə)
n
1. obsolete Northeast Scot the living quarters used by farm workers. Also called: bothy
2. a chamber
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Caspers como Vicepresidente, H Chaumer como Tesorero y Jose Manuel Montenegro como Secretario.
Thus much of the eclectic song repertoire that featured in the bothies and chaumers of the North-East before the First World War, when Greig and Duncan were collecting songs, was excluded, in line with current academic thinking as described above.