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engleska plemićka titula

ženski rod

1. duke

imenica

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.

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engleska plemićka titula

ženski rod

1. marquis

imenica

Marquess.

2. merquess

imenicaarhaično, zastarelo

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engleska plemićka titula

ženski rod

1. earl

imenica

(Homonym: URL).
A British peer ranking below a marquess and above a viscount.
In the British peerage, the third title in order of rank, coming between marquess and viscount; it is the oldest of British titles, being of Scandinavian origin. An earl's wife is a countess.

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engleska plemićka titula

ženski rod

1. viscount

imenica

ETYM Old Eng. vicounte, Old Fren. visconte, vescunte, French vicomte, Late Lat. vicecomes; Latin vice + comes a companion, Late Lat., a count. Related to Count.
1. A British peer who ranks below an earl and above a baron.
2. (In various countries) A son or younger brother or a count.
In the UK peerage, the fourth degree of nobility, between earl and baron.

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1. baron

imenica

Sinonimi: big businessman | business leader | king | magnate | mogul | power | top executive | tycoon

ETYM Old Eng. baron, barun, Old Fren. baron, accus. of ber, French baron, prob. from Old High Germ. baro (not found) bearer, akin to Eng. bear to support. Related to O. Frisian bere, Late Lat. baro, Italian barone, Spanish varon.
(Homonym: barren).
1. A British peer of the lowest rank.
2. A nobleman (in various countries) of varying rank.
3. A very wealthy or powerful businessman; SYN. big businessman, business leader, king, magnate, mogul, power, top executive, tycoon.
Rank in the peerage of the UK, above a baronet and below a viscount. Historically, any member of the higher nobility, a direct vassal (feudal servant) of the king, not bearing other titles such as duke or count. The term originally meant the vassal of a lord, but acquired its present meaning in the 12th century.
Life peers are always of this rank.

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