Male ukrsne krive linije na slovima koje čine slova čitljivijim. Većina tipova slova ima serife.
Any of the short lines or ornaments at the ends of the strokes that form a typeface character.
A short line at the end of the main strokes of a character; SYN. seriph.
Minute fine line, especially horizontal, of a letter, as at top and bottom of verticals in “h”.
šerif | srpsko - engleski prevod
1. Titula potomaka Muhamedovih, titula upravnika Meke = emir;
2. U Engleskoj: najviši službenik grofovije; u Sjedinjenim Državama Amerike: najviši sudski izvršitelj u jednoj oblasti (sem u New Hampshire u Rhode Island); u Škotskoj: najviši sudija grofovije.
ETYM Old Eng. mareschal, Old Fren. mareschal, French maréchal, Late Lat. mariscalcus, from Old High Germ. marah-scalc (German marschall); marah horse + scalc servant (akin to AS. scealc, Goth. skalks).
1. A law officer having duties similar to those of a sheriff in carrying out the judgments of a court of law; SYN. marshall.
2. (In some countries) A military officer of highest rank; SYN. marshall.
ETYM Old Eng. shereve, AS. scîr-gerifa; scîr a shire + gerifa a reeve. Related to Shire, and Reeve, Shrievalty.
The principal law-enforcement officer in a county.
In the US, in all states but Rhode Island, the chief elected officer of a county law-enforcement agency, usually responsible for enforcement in unincorporated areas of the county and for the operation of the jail. The sheriff is also the officer of the local court who serves papers and enforces court orders.
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.