squire

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A ruler; a carpenter's square; a measure

twelve foot and a half by the squire.

To attend as a beau, or gallant, for aid and protection
A title of office and courtesy. See under esquire
To attend as a squire
A shield-bearer or armor-bearer who attended a knight
A devoted attendant or follower of a lady; a beau
A title of dignity next in degree below knight, and above gentleman. See esquire
A male attendant on a great personage
{v} to attend or wait on
{n} a title, title of gentility, attendant
{v} to wait upon, attend, conduct, lead
an English country landowner
{i} country gentleman, landowner (in England); knight's attendant (in the Middle Ages); rural judge or prominent lawyer (in the USA); man who escorts a lady in public
young nobleman attendant on a knight
A square; a measure; a rule
A male attendant on a great personage; also (Colloq.), a devoted attendant or follower of a lady; a beau
To attend as a beau, or gallant, for aid and protection; as, to squire a lady
a man who attends or escorts a woman
A title of dignity next in degree below knight, and above gentleman
{f} chaperone a woman, escort a woman
A fighter who has been accepted as a student by a member of the Chivalry The relationship varies a great deal depending upon the personalities involved and on the customs of the Kingdom Since it results from a purely personal arrangement, the word "squire" is not a title of rank Some squires wear red belts in token of the association -- a custom which is prevalent in some Kingdoms and relatively rare in others
Apprentice knight responsible for the maintenance of the knight’s equipment and the care of his horses
Someone who has entered into a fealty based student relationship with a Companion of the Order of the Chivalry
A title of office and courtesy
One who exchanges a pledge of fealty with a member of the Knightly peerages for special training They wear a belt Gules
an English country landowner young nobleman attendant on a knight a man who attends or escorts a woman attend upon as a squire; serve as a squire
A male attendant on a great personage; also Colloq
In former times, the squire of an English village was the man who owned most of the land in it
A shield-bearer or armor- bearer who attended a knight
Wealthy merchant and landowner, often called "King of the Headland", with a monopoly on all trade and the right to determine all prices, etc in his fishing village (c 1830 – 1940)
See under Esquire
attend upon as a squire; serve as a squire
squire of the pad
highway robber
squir
To throw with a jerk; to throw edge foremost
squired
past of squire
squirely
Becoming a squire; like a squire
squires
third-person singular of squire
squires
plural of , squire
squiring
present participle of squire
white squire
a white knight that buys less than a majority interest
white squire
An investor sympathetic to management who holds a large block of stock in a company that is or could be subject to a takeover unwanted by the management
squire
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