seignior

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Borrowed from Old French seignor or seignior, from Latin senior, seniōrem. Compare senior, sire, sir.

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seignior (plural seigniors)

  1. A feudal lord; a nobleman who held his lands by feudal grant; any lord (holder) of a manor
  2. A title of respect, formerly corresponding (especially in France) approximately to Sir.

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