Seignior

• (n.) A lord; the lord of a manor. • (n.) A title of honor or of address in the South of Europe, corresponding to Sir or Mr. in English.
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Seignior

Seign'ior noun [ Old French seignor , French seigneur , confer Italian signore , Spanish señor from an objective case of Latin senier elder. See Senior .] 1. A lord; the lord of a manor. 2. A title of honor or of address in the South ...
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seignior

seignior 1. A feudal lord, especially in England (from Latin senior, 'older'). 2. A man of rank, especially a feudal lord. 3. Used as a form of address for such a man. 4. Etymology: from Middle English segnour, from Old French seignor, from Vulgar Latin senior, from Latin, 'older'; comparative of senex, sen-, 'old'.
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