1. herra, valtias

  2. Jumala

  3. lordi



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Englannin sanakirja

lord (englanti > suomi)

  1. omistaja, maanomistaja, kartanonherra, isäntä

  2. johtaja, hallitsija, valtias

lord englanniksi

  1. puhekieltä The master of the servants of a household; puhekieltä the master of a feudal manor

  2. c. 950, (w), Matt. xxiv. 46

  3. Eadig the ðe thane ðegn ðone miððy comes cymes hlaferd his one on-find fand so sua doing doende.
  4. 1611, (w), Matt. xxiv. 46

  5. blessed Bleſſed is that servant ſeruant, whome his Lord when he comes commeth, shall ſhal finde so ſo doing.
  6. 1600, (w), (w), iii. ii. 167 ff.

  7. Por. ...But now, I was the Lord
    of this faire mansion manſion, master maiſter of my servants ſeruants,
    queen Queene over oer myself my ſelfe...
  8. 1794, E. Christian in (w), (w), II. 418

  9. Lords of manors are distinguished from other land-owners with regard to the game.
  10. puhekieltä The male head of a household, a father or husband.

  11. 831, charter in Henry Sweet, The oldest English texts, 445

  12. Ymbe ðet lond et cert ðe hire eðelmod hire hlabard salde.
  13. 1594, (w), "(w)"

  14. ...thou worthy worthie Lord,
    Of that unworthy vnworthie wife that greets greeteth thee
  15. c. 1591, (w), (w) (1623), v. ii. 131 f.

  16. Pet. Katherine, I charge thee, tell these theſe head-strong head-ſtrong women,
    What duty dutie they doe owe their Lords and husbands huſbands!
  17. 1611, (w), Gen. xviii. 12

  18. Therefore Sarah laughed within her self ſelfe, saying ſaying, After I am waxed old, shall ſhall I have haue pleasure pleaſure, my lord being old also alſo?
  19. 1816, (w), w:Emma (novel)|Emma, III. xvi. 300

  20. Yes, here I am, my good friend; and here I have been so long, that anywhere else I should think it necessary to apologise; but, the truth is, that I am waiting for my lord and master.
  21. puhekieltä The owner of a house, piece of land, or other possession

  22. '''ante 1300', Cursor Mundi'', 601 f.

  23. as Als oure lauerd has heaven heuen in hand
    so Sua should suld man be lauerd of land.
  24. 1480, Waterford Archives in the 10th Report of the Royal Commission on Historical Manuscripts (1885), App. v. 316

  25. All suche lordes as have gutters betwixt betuxte their thar houses.
  26. '''ante 1637', (w), Sad Shepherd'', ii. i. 36

  27. A mighty mightie Lord of Swine!
  28. 1697, (w) translating (w)'s Æneis, xii

  29. Turnus...
    Wrench'd from his feeble hold the shining Sword;
    And plung'd it in the Bosom of its Lord.
  30. 1874, J. H. Collins, Principles of Metal Mining (1875), Gloss. 139/2

  31. Lord, the owner of the land in which a mine is situated is called the ‘lord’.
  32. One possessing similar mastery over others; puhekieltä any feudal superior generally; any nobleman or aristocrat; any chief, prince, or sovereign ruler; in Scotland, a male member of the lowest rank of nobility (the equivalent rank in England is baron)

  33. c. 893, Orosiuss History'', i. i. §13

  34. Ohthere sæde his hlaforde, Ælfrede cyninge, þæt...
  35. 1530, John Palsgrave, Lesclarcissement, 680/1

  36. It is a piteous pytuouse case... when whan subjects subjectes rebell against agaynst their naturall lorde.
  37. 1667, (w), (w), xii. 70

  38. Man over men He made not Lord.
  39. puhekieltä A feudal tenant holding his manor directly of the king

  40. A peer of the realm, particularly a temporal one

  41. '''ante 1375''', William of Palerne (1867), l.4539

  42. To fare out as fast with his fader to speke, & with lordesse of that þat land lond.
  43. '''ante 1420', T. Hoccleve, De Regimine Principum'', 442

  44. Men might myghten lordis knowe
    By their there arraye, from other oþir folke.
  45. 1453, Rolls of Parliament, V. 266/2

  46. If such persone bee of the estate of a Lord, as duke Duc, marquess Marques, earl Erle, viscount Viscount or baron Baron.
  47. 1597, (w), (w), iv.i.18

  48. Princes, and noble Lords:
    What answer anſwer shall ſhall I make to this base baſe man?
  49. 1614, J. Selden, Titles of Honor, 59

  50. Our English name Lord, whereby we and the Scots style stile all such as are of the Greater nobility Nobilitie i. Barons, as also Bishops.
  51. 1900 July 21, Daily Express, 5/7

  52. The Englishman of to-day still dearly loves a lord.
  53. puhekieltä A baron or lesser nobleman, as opposed to greater ones

  54. 1526, W. Bonde, Pylgrimage of Perfection, i. sig. Bviiiv

  55. far Farre excelling excellyng the state of lordes, earls erles, dukes or kings kynges.
  56. 1826, (w), Vivian Grey, II. iii. iii. 26

  57. The Marquess played off the two Lords and the Baronet against his former friend.
  58. One possessing similar mastery in figurative senses (esp. as lord of ~)

  59. '''ante 1300', Cursor Mundi'', 782

  60. O wityng both bath good god and ill Ȝee suld be lauerds at ȝour will.
  61. 1398, John Trevisa translating Bartholomew de Glanville's De Proprietatibus Rerum (1495), viii. xvi. 322

  62. The sun sonne is the lorde of planets planetes.
    1697, (w) translating (w) as (w), iii
    Love is Lord of all.
  63. 1992 November 18, (w), (w), 4.11: "(w)":

  64. But are you still master of your domain?
    I am king of the county. You?
    Lord of the manor.
  65. The magnates of a trade or profession

  66. 1823, W. Cobbett, Rural Rides (1885), I. 399

  67. Oh, Oh! The cotton Lords are tearing!
  68. puhekieltä The heavenly body considered to possess a dominant influence over an event, time, etc.

  69. (circa) (w), Treatise on the Astrolabe, ii. §4:

  70. The ascendant assendent, & eke the lord of the ascendant assendent, may be shapen for to be fortunate fortunat or unfortunate infortunat, as thus, a fortunate fortunat ascendant assendent clepen they when whan that þat no wicked wykkid planete, as Saturne or Mars, or else elles the tail of the dragon dragoun, is in the þe house hows of the ascendant assendent.
  71. puhekieltä A hunchback.

  72. 1699, B.E., A new dictionary of the terms ancient and modern of the canting crew:

  73. Lord, a very crooked, deformed... Person.
  74. puhekieltä sixpence Sixpence.

  75. 1933 November 16, Times Literary Supplement, 782/1:

  76. Twenty years ago you might hear a sixpence described as a ‘Lord’ meaning ‘Lord of the Manor’; that is, a tanner.