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cámara (2) f. (Noun) "chamber"
12th cent. Borrowed from Latin camera 'id.,' borrowed from Ancient Greek καμάρα ‎(kamára) 'id.'
Of unknown origin. Probably borrowed from an Asiatic language.
Also the origin of the surnames Cámara, de la Cámara, and Lacámara. Originally given to heads of households endowed with direct, personal access to the king.