(noun) The headservant or officialin a royalSpanish or Italianhousehold;later,anyheadservantin a wealthyhouseholdin a foreigncountry; a leadingservant or butler.
(noun) A manager of a hacienda,ranch or estate.
Use "majordomo" in a sentence
"The majordomo was a tall, blue-skinned Bolian dressed in a tuxedo, and he seemed eminently above it all and bored with it at the same time."
"The majordomo was a high-ranking slave who had the duty of relaying the Queen's orders when it came to whom she would see and whom she would not."
"Upon that she related that the majordomo had given orders to the Bargello, and that I should certainly be taken up: only, if I would not harbour her son, I might square accounts by paying her a hundred crowns; the majordomo was her crony, and I might rest assured that she could work him to her liking, provided I paid down the hundred crowns."