Charwoman



a woman hired to do general cleaning, especially in an office or large house.
noun (pl) -women
(Brit) a woman who is hired to clean, tidy, etc, in a house or office
n.

1590s, from Middle English char, cherre “turn of work” (see chore) + woman. An Alicia Charwoman appears in the Borough of Nottingham records in 1379.

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