landgrave (plural landgraves)
- (rare) specific nobiliary title ranking as count in certain feudal countships in the Holy Roman Empire, in present Germany.
- County nobleman in the British, privately held North American colony Carolina, ranking just below the proprietary (chartered equivalent of a royal vassal).
renderings of Landgraf
county nobleman in the British colony Carolina
- “landgrave” in Webster’s Seventh New Collegiate Dictionary: Based on Webster’s Third New International Dictionary, 7th edition, Springfield, Mass.: G[eorge] & C[harles] Merriam, 1963 (1967 printing), OCLC 974117641.
landgrave m (plural landgraves)