bachelor

  1. a man who has never been married
  2. a knight of the lowest order; could display only a pennon

bachelor

[n] - a man who has never been married 2. [v] - lead a bachelor`s existence
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Bachelor

Bach'e┬Ělor (băch'e*lẽr) noun [ Old French bacheler young man, French bachelier (cf. Pr. bacalar , Spanish bachiller , Portuguese bacharel , Italian baccalare ), Late Latin baccalarius the tenant of a kind of farm called baccalaria ...
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bachelor

unmarried man noun a man who has never been married
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Bachelor

• (n.) A knight who had no standard of his own, but fought under the standard of another in the field; often, a young knight. • (n.) A person who has taken the first or lowest degree in the liberal arts, or in some branch of science, at a college or university; as, a bachelor of arts. • (n.) A man of any age who has not been married....
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bachelor

(from the article `degree`) ...certifications that they had attained the guild status of a `master.` There was originally only one degree in European higher education, that of ... ...and by `inception` was implied the master`s formal entrance upon the functions of a duly licensed teacher and his recognition as such b...
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Bachelor

Bachelor was a term applied anciently to a person in the first or probationary stage of knighthood who has not yet raised his standard in the field. The term also denotes a person who has taken the first degree in the liberal arts and sciences, or in divinity, law, or medicine, at a college or university; or a man of any age who has not been marrie...
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bachelor

A man who has never been married.
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Bachelor

A bachelor is a man who is neither married nor cohabitating and who lives independently outside of his parents` home or other institutional setting. ==Origin and medieval usage== The word is from Anglo-Norman bacheler (later suffixal change to bachelier; cf. escolier `student`, from earlier escoler), a young squire in training. The ultimate sou......
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Bachelor

an unmated male
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