ETYM French duc, from Latin dux, ducis, leader, commander, from ducere to lead; akin to as. teón to draw; cf. as. heretoga (here army) an army leader, general, German herzog duke. Related to Tue, Doge, Duchess, Ducat, Duct, Adduce, Deduct.
1. A British peer of the highest rank.
2. A nobleman (in various countries) of high rank.
Highest title in the English peerage. It originated in England 1337, when Edward iii created his son Edward, Duke of Cornwall.
Vojvoda (nekada vladarska i najviša plemićka nasledna titula kod Nemaca).
Vladar u kneževini.
Srpska vladarska titula.