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dominus definition

  • noun:
    • master; sir; a title of respect previously applied to a knight or clergyman, and quite often toward lord of a manor
    • Master; sir; -- a title of value previously applied to a knight or a clergyman, and sometimes into lord of a manor.
    • Master; sir: a title previously fond of a clergyman (inside University of Cambridge to a bachelor of arts), guy, or lord of a manor. See dominie, don, dan.
    • In civil law, one that possesses something by right.
    • In feudal law, a person who grants part of their property in cost, to enjoy by another.
    • a clergyman; especially a settled minister or parson
    • master; sir; a title of value formerly placed on a knight or clergyman, and often on lord of a manor
    • Master; sir; -- a title of respect previously put on a knight or a clergyman, and often into lord of a manor.
    • Master; sir: a title formerly given to a clergyman (inside University of Cambridge to a bachelor of arts), guy, or lord of a manor. See dominie, don, dan.
    • In civil-law, one who possesses something by right.
    • In feudal law, one who grants element of their property in charge, to be enjoyed by another.
    • a clergyman; particularly a settled minister or parson
    • master; sir; a title of value formerly applied to a knight or clergyman, and sometimes towards the lord of a manor
    • Master; sir; -- a title of respect formerly applied to a knight or a clergyman, and sometimes into lord of a manor.
    • Master; sir: a title previously directed at a clergyman (within the University of Cambridge to a bachelor of arts), guy, or lord of a manor. See dominie, don, dan.
    • In civil law, person who possesses some thing by right.
    • In feudal legislation, one who grants section of their estate in charge, to enjoy by another.
    • a clergyman; specifically a settled minister or parson
    • master; sir; a title of value previously applied to a knight or clergyman, and sometimes toward lord of a manor
    • Master; sir; -- a title of respect previously placed on a knight or a clergyman, and often on lord of a manor.
    • Master; sir: a title previously directed at a clergyman (when you look at the University of Cambridge to a bachelor of arts), guy, or lord of a manor. See dominie, don, dan.
    • In civil law, person who possesses anything by right.
    • In feudal legislation, one that grants element of their estate in cost, to be enjoyed by another.
    • a clergyman; specially a settled minister or parson
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