Used with Your, His, or Their particular as a title and type of address for a man or males holding the position of lord.
The position or authority of a lord.
The territory owned by a feudal lord.
The state or problem to be a lord.
Title applied to a lord (except an archbishop or duke, who is known as Grace) or a formal kind of target put on a judge (in the uk), etc.
Seigniory; domain; the area over which a lord keeps jurisdiction; a manor.
Dominion; power; authority.
The state or problem of being a lord; thus (together with or your), a title applied to a lord (except an archbishop or duke, who's known as Grace) or a judge (in Great Britain), etc.
Seigniory; domain; the area over which a lord holds jurisdiction; a manor.
Dominion; energy; expert.
The authority or power of a lord or ruler; dominion; sovereignty.
The area over which a lord keeps jurisdiction; a seigniory, domain, or manor.
hawaii or dignity of a lord or nobleman: chiefly , together with or your, as a title used in addressing or mentioning a nobleman, except a duke or an archbishop, who's got the name of Grace (their or your).
In business, a royalty.
In mining, a mineral residential property.
the expert of a lord
a title always address any Brit peer except a duke and longer to a bishop or a judge