Mister

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See also: mister and míster

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Etymology[edit]

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Unaccented variant of master in french, influenced by magister in latin, maistre in old french and Meister in german.

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Mister (plural Misters)

  1. General title or respect of an adult male.
    This is Mister Smith, assistant to the President.
  2. Official title of a military man, usually anyone below rank of captain.
  3. Official form of address of a president of a nation; Mister President.
  4. A warrant officer or cadet in the United States Military Academy at West Point.
  5. An informal title used before a nickname or other moniker:
    Mister Suave; Mister Baseball

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