printed material appearing before and usually above the text of a chapter, as a title, number, quotation, etc.
Ecclesiastical. a building attached to or a hall forming part of a cathedral or monastery, used as a meeting place for the chapter. a building used by a chapter of a society, fraternity, sorority, etc.
a ringlike band on the dial of a clock that bears the numerals or other symbols of the hours.
- Chapter stop
noun any of several markers placed at intervals on a DVD film, enabling the viewer to find and select particular scenes
a main division of a book, treatise, or the like, usually bearing a number or title. a branch, usually restricted to a given locality, of a society, organization, fraternity, etc.: the Connecticut chapter of the American Red Cross. an important portion or division of anything: The atomic bomb opened a new chapter in history. Ecclesiastical. […]