marescallus (mar-<<schwa>>-skal-<<schwa>>s), n. [Law Latin] 1. A marshal; a high royal officer. — Also termed mareschal. 2. A master of the stables. 3. A military officer, similar to a constable, who acted as quartermaster. 4. An officer of the Court of Exchequer. 5. A state officer. 6.

An officer of a manor.

[Blacks Law 8th]