Word: squire

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Synonyms: squire

landowner, landholder, landlord, lord of the manor, country gentleman, attendant, courtier, equerry, aide, steward, page boy, gallant

Translations: squire

spanish
escudero


german
knappe

french
chaperonner, châtelain, noble

italian
possidente, scudiero, scudiere, signorotto, gentiluomo

portuguese
escudeiro, Squire, latifundiário, fidalgo, escudeiro de

dutch
chaperonneren

russian
помещик, сквайр, барин, оруженосец

norwegian
godseier, væreieren, væreierens, væreier

swedish
patron

finnish
kartanonherra, Squire, moisionherra, Kartanonherran, junkkari

danish
Squire, væbner, godsejer, junkeren, herremand

czech
šlechtic

polish
szlagon, ziemianin, szlachcic, dziedzic, giermek

hungarian
földesúr, fegyvernök, békebíró, pajzshordó

turkish
bey, köyün ağası, köy ağası, toprak sahibi

greek
τσιφλικάς, ιπποκόμος

ukrainian
поміщик

albanian
shqytar, pronar toke, kështjellar

bulgarian
оръженосец, скуайър, Squire, земевладелец, знатни земевладелци

belarusian
збраяносец, зброеносец

estonian
mõisahärra, mõisnik, saks, kannupoissi

croatian
vlastelin, kavalir, posjednik

icelandic
Óðalsbóndi, Squire

lithuanian
ginklanešys, asistuoti, Squire, dvarininkas, ponas

latvian
skvairs, ieroču nesējs, muižnieks, pavadīt

macedonian
племеник, помошничка, Squire, помошник, за помошник

romanian
moșier, Squire, scutier, scutierul, boierului

slovenian
Kavalir, Squire, Štitonoša

slovak
statkár, zeman

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The meaning and "use of": squire

noun
  • a man of high social standing who owns and lives on an estate in a rural area, especially the chief landowner in such an area.
  • a young nobleman acting as an attendant to a knight before becoming a knight himself.

verb
  • (of a man) accompany or escort (a woman).

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