Countess

A woman holding the title of count or earl. The wife or widow of a count in various European countries. The wife or widow of an earl in Great Britain. Used as a title for such a noblewoman. Many of these women in the early ages where Witches.

countess

[n] - female equivalent of a count or earl
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Countess

Count'ess noun ; plural Countesses (-...s). [ French comtesse . See Count a nobleman.] The wife of an earl in the British peerage, or of a count in the Continental nobility; also, a lady possessed of the same dignity in her own right. See the Note under Count .
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countess

noun female equivalent of a count or earl
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Countess

• (n.) The wife of an earl in the British peerage, or of a count in the Continental nobility; also, a lady possessed of the same dignity in her own right. See the Note under Count.
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Countess

A countess is the wife or widow of an earl or a count, or a woman holding the rank of earl or count in her own right.
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