Meaning of cameral in English:

cameral

Pronunciation /ˈkam(ə)rəl/ /ˈkam(ə)r(ə)l/

adjective

historical
  • Of or relating to a camera or chamber; specifically (in Germany) of or relating to a judicial or a fiscal chamber, especially the state treasury; relating to finance or public revenue.

Origin

Late 17th century; earliest use found in Elisha Coles. From post-classical Latin cameralis concerning the chamberlain, (of a coinage) in use for payments to the chamber, of or relating to a judicial or fiscal chamber, especially the state treasury, also in sense ‘of or relating to the bedroom’ from classical Latin camera in its post-classical Latin sense of ‘chamber, bureau’ + -ālis.