Etymology and Pronounciation of British Term Exchequer ?
I'm curious about this british term Exchequer e.g. 'Chancellor of the Exchequer' (cabinet position) as to where it's origins are from as it doesn't look english. I'm guessing that it came to britain from the Normans as a french term (middle english). Also how do you pronounce it ? .... I'm guessing ex-che-ker?