lord

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hz isa
Hay Allah!
Tanrı

Tanrım, beni arkadaşlarımdan kurtar, düşmanlarımla kendim ilgileneceğim! - Save me, Lord, from my friends, I will deal with my enemies myself!

Dinle, ey İsrail! Tanrımız Rab, tek Rab'dir. - Hear, O Israel! The Lord is our God, the Lord is one.

sahip
lord
(ünl.) Aman Tanrım!
(the ile) Allah
efendi

Sen Yüzüklerin Efendisi üçlemesini okudun mu? - Have you read the Lord of the Rings trilogy?

Davul, müziğin efendisidir. - Drum is the lord of music.

(ünvan) lort
{i} bey
{i} (Hristiyanlık) Rab, Allah, Tanrı
{i} (Hristiyanlık) Rab, Hz. İsa
{f} lort payesi vermek
hazreti isa lord ünvanı vermek
{i} efendi, sahip, mal sahibi
{i} hâkim, hükümdar
{i} beyefendi
{i} lort
{f} lord ünvanı vermek
(fiil) lord ünvanı vermek
hakim
lord payesi vermek
mahdum
feudal lord
derebeyi
lord chancellor
lordlar kamarası başkanı
Lord Advocate
başsavcı
Lord Jesus
Hazreti isa
lord it over sb
üstünlük taslamak
lord it over sb
amirlik taslamak
lord mayor
belediye başkanı
lord mayor
Londra belediye başkanı
lord bless me
(deyim) Aman ya Rabbi! , Vay canına ! , Olur şey değil !
lord chamberlain
(Kanun) Baş mabeyinci
lord chancellor
İngiltere'de Lordlar Kamarası Başkanı ve Adalet Bakanı
lord chief justice
Yüksek mahkeme başkanı
lord chief justice
lord başkanı adalet
lord of the flies
sineklerin efendisi
lord's day
Hristyanlarca kutsal olan Pazar günü
lord's prayer
lordun dua
lord's prayer
(Din) İsa Aleyhisselamın havarilerine öğrettiği dua
lord advocate
hanedan vekili [İsk.]
lord high steward
(Kanun) yüce divan başkanı
lord it
(deyim) lord it (over someone) birine baski yapmak
lord it over
üstünlük taslamak
lord it over
amirane davranmak
lord it over
emirler yağdırmak
lord it over s.o
birine amir gibi davranmak
lord it over someone
birine amir gibi davranmak
lord lieutenant
(Politika, Siyaset) kraliyet temsilcisi
lord mayor
(isim) londra belediye başkanı
lord of the manor
malikâne sahibi
lord of the manor
tımar sahibi
lord over
birine tepeden bakmak
lord over
birini küçük görmek
lord's day
pazar günü
lord's supper
aşai rabbani ayini
lord's supper
aşai rabbani
the Lord
Allah
the Lord
Rab
land lord
mülk sahibi
lordly
lortvari
lordly
lorda yaraşır
My Lord
Efendim
Our Lord
Hazreti isa
drunk as a lord
fitil gibi sarhoş
drunk as a lord
zilzurna sarhoş
good Lord!
Hay Allah
good Lord!
Allah Allah!
lordliness
haşmet
lordliness
soyluluk
lordly
yüce
lordly
lort gibi
mesne lord
tımar sahibi
the Lord
Tanrı
the Lord's Supper
Aşai Rabbani
Good Lord
Bir anda şaşırdığında, kızdığında ya da bir şey için endişelendiğinde söylenen "Aman Allahım!" mânâsında söz
Oh Lord
Bir anda şaşırdığında, kızdığında ya da bir şey için endişelendiğinde söylenen "Aman Allahım!" mânâsında söz
Praise be to Allah, Lord of the Worlds
(Din) Hamd, âlemlerin Rabbi olan Allah'a mahsustur
eternal lord
ezeli ve ebedi rab
land lord
kara lord
live like a lord
k. dili lort gibi lüks içinde yaşamak
lordly
Soylu bir tavırla
lords
lordlar

İngiliz Parlamentosu, Avam Kamarası ve Lordlar Kamarasına bölünmüştür. - The British Parliament is divided into the House of Commons and the House of Lords.

manorial lord
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) Derebeyi
o Lord!
Ya Rabbi!, Ey Rabbim!
our lord
Lordumuzun
praise the lord
lord övgü
the Lord's Supper
Asai Rabbani
the land lord
kara lord
the lord's prayer
(Din) İsa Aleyhisselamın havarilerine öğrettiği dua
the lord's supper
lordun akşam yemeği
the lord's supper
Hıristiyan kilisesine mahsus Aşai Rabbani ayını, Komünyon, şarap ve ekmek yeme ayını
First Lord of the Admiralty
deniz bakanı [brit.]
Law Lord
lordlar kamarası üyesi
The Lord knows how
Nasıl olduğunu ancak Allah bilir
drunk as a lord
fitil gibi
live like a lord
{k} lort gibi lüks içinde yaşamak. live off the fat of the bir eli yağda, bir eli balda yaşamak
lordliness
{i} kibirlilik
lordliness
soyluluk/görkemlilik
lordliness
{i} azamet
lordliness
{i} gurur
lordliness
gururluluk
lordly
{s} gururlu
lordly
lorda yaraşır bir sekilde
lordly
amirane/görkemli
lordly
lordlinessazamet
lordly
{s} kibirli
lordly
{s} azametli
lordly
{s} asil
lordly
gurur
lordly
{s} amirane
lordly
muhteşem
lordly
kibirlilik
lordly
lordvari
press lord
basın kralı
sea lord
{i} londra deniz şurası üyesi
sea lord
{i} londra amirallik dairesi üyesi subay
the Lord
{i} Hazreti İsa
the Lord
Hazreti ısa
the Lord's Day
Hrist. pazar günü
the Lord's Prayer
İsa'nın öğrettiği dua
the Lord's Supper
Hrist. ekmek ve şarap ayini, kudas
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The Lord

The truth from the Lord of you all. - The truth from the Lord of you.

The truth from the Lord of you. - The truth from the Lord of you all.

(especially in Our Lord) Jesus Christ
The House of Lords
A British aristocratic title used as a form of address for a marquess, earl or viscount; the usual style for a baron; a courtesy title for a younger son of a duke or marquess

How do you do, Lord Darlington?.

A title for certain high officials and dignitaries such as Lord Mayor; a title for a British Anglican (arch)bishop whose see entitled to a seat in the House of Lords
(used absolutely in monotheism: the Lord) God
The rendering of comparable (especially feudal) aristocratic ranks elsewhere (e.g. marquis, count)
Elected president of a festival
A person enjoying great respect in a community
An aristocrat, a man of high rank in a feudal society or in one that retains feudal forms and institutions
An owner, a master
The master of a household
A person having formal authority over others, a ruler
An affectionate term for one's boyfriend or husband
Domineer or act like a lord
A titled nobleman or aristocrat
{n} GOD, a title of honor, master, husband
{v} to domineer, to rule haughtily
{i} Supreme Being, God; Jesus Christ
Jesus
God
An aristocratic title used as a form of address for a marquis, earl, or viscount; the usual style for a baron; a courtesy title for a younger son of a duke or marquis; a title for certain high officials and dignitaries such as Lord Mayor; a title for a bishop
One who has power and authority; a master; a ruler; a governor; a prince; a proprietor, as of a manor
anyone holding land with feudal tenants was a lord, that is, a landlord, whether a king or lowliest landholder Lordship here simply refers to his tenurial position Only if he were a peer of the realm, no matter what degree, would he be referred to as Lord Cockburn -- Ivor West Not all lords were Barons Some had multiple titles A lord is generally known by the family's superior title, and his son by the next superior title, until the father dies, when the son takes on the superior title, and his son is known by the lesser title For example, today, Earl Spencer's son is known as Lord Althrop, being Viscount Althrop, another of the family's (lesser) titles When Princess Diana was married, she was escorted up the isle by her father, the then Earl Spencer, while her brother was still Viscount Althrop -- Renia Simmons See also HOUSE OF LORDS
terms referring to the Judeo-Christian God
A person who has great power and authority Ruler
a titled peer of the realm
a person who has general authority over others
In Britain, a lord is a man who has a high rank in the nobility, for example an earl, a viscount, or a marquis. She married a lord and lives in this huge house in the Cotswolds A few days earlier he had received a telegram from Lord Lloyd
In Britain, Lord is used in the titles of some officials of very high rank. He was Lord Chancellor from 1970 until 1974. Sir Brian Hutton, the Lord Chief Justice for Northern Ireland
An affectionate term for ones boyfriend or husband
make a lord of someone
To play the lord; to domineer; to rule with arbitrary or despotic sway; sometimes with over; and sometimes with it in the manner of a transitive verb
a titled peer of the realm make a lord of someone
{f} rule, control; be arrogant; act like a lord
In the Christian church, people refer to God and to Jesus Christ as the Lord. I know the Lord will look after him She prayed now. `Lord, help me to find courage.' the birth of the Lord Jesus Christ. see also Our Lord
politeness In Britain, judges, bishops, and some male members of the nobility are addressed as `my Lord'. My lord, I am instructed by my client to claim that the evidence has been tampered with
A lord (lowercase) is any male person A Lord (capital) is a lord who has received his Award of Arms, and it is also his title
Represents the Hebrew name Yahweh (traditionally represented by Jehovah)
A hump-backed person; so called sportively
The Savior; Jesus Christ
whether a peer of the realm or not; a bishop, as a member of the House of Lords; by courtesy; the son of a duke or marquis, or the eldest son of an earl; in a restricted sense, a baron, as opposed to noblemen of higher rank
Hîr
Noun (Plural: Lords) Prefix used for male members of the nobility in the United Kingdom
To invest with the dignity, power, and privileges of a lord
feelings Lord is used in exclamations such as `good Lord!' and `oh Lord!' to express surprise, shock, frustration, or annoyance about something. `Good lord, that's what he is: he's a policeman.' `They didn't fire you for drinking, did they?' --- `Lord, no! I only drink beer, nowadays.'. lord it over sb to behave in a way that shows you think you are better or more powerful than someone else. Lord's Supper Bentinck William Henry Cavendish Lord Lord Byron Cange Charles du Fresne Lord du Lord Chamberlain's Men Churchill Randolph Henry Spencer Lord Coligny Gaspard II de lord de Châtillon Darnley Henry Stewart Lord DuLhut Daniel Greysolon Lord Lord Kelvin lord chancellor Lord Dunmore's War Lord's Prayer Menuhin Yehudi Lord Menuhin of Stoke d'Abernon Lord Nelson North of Kirtling Frederick Lord Roberval Jean François de la Rocque lord de Russell William Russell Lord Thomas Isiah Lord III Vaugelas Claude Favre lord de Weingartner Paul Felix lord von Münzberg Lord Beaverbrook Lord Curzon Henrique infante prince de Portugal duque duke de Viseu senhor lord da Covilha Lord Palmerston Alfred Lord Tennyson
A title bestowed on the persons above named; and also, for honor, on certain official persons; as, lord advocate, lord chamberlain, lord chancellor, lord chief justice, etc
(n ) UnrA, oonray
To rule or preside over as a lord
The Lords is the same as the House of Lords. It's very likely the bill will be defeated in the Lords
{i} master, ruler; one who owns land; very influential person; nobleman, aristocrat
Title of honor for the God
n lord [OE hläford]
A titled nobleman
A Kithain rôle, held only by Sidhe They are the rulers of the Realms See Underhill Rôles
One of whom a fee or estate is held; the male owner of feudal land; as, the lord of the soil; the lord of the manor
The Supreme Being; Jehovah
(Micah 1: 1) The proper or covenant name of God   Hebrew "Yahweh" (the Self Existent One)
A husband
A nobleman The word lord is a contraction of hlaford (Saxon for “loaf-author” or “bread-earner”) Retainers were called hlaf-ætas, or “bread-eaters ” Verstegan suggests hlaf-ford, “bread-givers ” (See Lady ) We have in Anglo-Saxon hlaf-ord, hlaford-gift (lordship), hlaford- less (lordless), hlafordom (dominion), and many more similar compounds Lord, a hunchback (Greek, lord-os, crooked) Generally “My lord ”
rab
lording
Lord Mayor
the title of the mayor of a major city
Lord Mayors
plural form of Lord Mayor
Lord Muck
An appellation given to a man who behaves in a perceived aristocratic manner
Lord be praised
phrase used to thank God by Christians
Lord be praised
expression of surprise, disbelief, happiness, thankfulness
Lord of Lords
Jesus
Lord of Misrule
(in feudal Britain) A mock officer, appointed by lot, to preside over the Feast of Fools in a great household at Christmas
Lord of the Manor
A feudal title of the hereditary proprietor of a manor in manorialism; now largely ceremonial
Lord willing
Used to indicate acceptance of God's will when expressing an intention or hope
Lord willing
Barring unforeseen circumstances
Lord willing and the creek don't rise
Barring unforeseen circumstances

Lord willing and the creek don't rise, we'll have that new barn finished in time for the harvest.

Lord's
Lord's Cricket Ground
Lord's Prayer
The prayer taught by Jesus Christ to his disciples in the Sermon on the Mount
Lord's Supper
The Last Supper at Passover of Jesus with his disciples
Lord's Supper
In Christianity, the Eucharist
lord of the flies
a ruler over a worthless kingdom; leader of a meaningless microcosm
lord protector
Title of the head of state of the Commonwealth (republic) which replaced the British monarchy during the parliamentarian supremacy after the execution of the Stuart king, only born by Oliver Cromwell and by his son and designated heir Richard Cromwell, followed by the restoration of the kingdom
lord protector
English rendering of temporary regent, acting for the absent monarchic head of state
lord protector
Title of the regent for the king(dom) of England and/or king(dom) of Scotland
lord protector
English rendering of vidame
Lord Chamberlain of the Household
(Kanun) The Lord Chamberlain or Lord Chamberlain of the Household is one of the chief officers of the Royal Household in the United Kingdom, and is to be distinguished from the Lord Great Chamberlain, one of the Great Officers of State. The Lord Chamberlain is always a peer and a privy councillor, and before 1782 was of Cabinet rank. Until 1924 the position was a political one. The Lord Chamberlain is the chief functionary of the court, and is generally responsible for organizing all court functions; he is considered the "senior official" of the Royal Household
lord chamberlain
(Kanun) The Lord Chamberlain or Lord Chamberlain of the Household is one of the chief officers of the Royal Household in the United Kingdom, and is to be distinguished from the Lord Great Chamberlain, one of the Great Officers of State. The Lord Chamberlain is always a peer and a privy councillor, and before 1782 was of Cabinet rank. Until 1924 the position was a political one. The Lord Chamberlain is the chief functionary of the court, and is generally responsible for organizing all court functions; he is considered the "senior official" of the Royal Household
lord chief justice
The head of the judiciary and President of the Courts
lord's day
Sunday, considered as a holy day by Christians
lord's prayer
(Din) The prayer taught by Christ to his disciples, beginning with ‘Our Father’
lord's prayer
(Din) The Lord's Prayer, also known as the Our Father or Pater noster is probably the best-known prayer in Christianity. On Easter Sunday 2007 it was estimated that 2 billion Protestant, Catholic, and Eastern Orthodox Christians read, recited, or sang the short prayer in hundreds of languages in houses of worship of all shapes and sizes. Although many theological differences and various modes and manners of worship divide Christians, according to Fuller Seminary professor Clayton Schmit "there is a sense of solidarity in knowing that Christians around the globe are praying together…, and these words always unite us."
Lord Advocate
the most important official in Scotland's legal system. The Lord Advocate chooses new judges, suggests new laws, and decides whether or not a law needs to be changed
Lord Beaverbrook
a powerful and successful British businessman and politician, who was born in Canada. He owned The Daily Express and other newspapers, and also had several important positions in the British government (1879-1964)
Lord Byron
{i} George Gordon Byron (1788-1824), early 19th century English poet
Lord Byron
an English writer of romantic and satirical poetry, including Childe Harold's Pilgrimage and Don Juan. He is also famous for his romantic life, which included many love affairs, and for his death of fever in Greece while fighting against the Turks for Greek independence (1788-1824)
Lord Chamberlain
in the UK, the person in charge of managing the royal household (=the people who live with and work for the King or Queen)
Lord Chancellor
The presiding officer of the House of Lords. the most important official in the legal system of England and Wales. The Lord Chancellor gives legal advice to the King or Queen, chooses new judges, and decides whether or not a law needs to be changed. He is also the speaker of the House of Lords and an important member of the UK government. British official who heads the judiciary and presides over the House of Lords. Until the 14th century the chancellor served as royal chaplain and king's secretary. The office acquired a more judicial character in the reign of Edward III (1327-77). Most of the office's power, exemplified in the administrations of St. Thomas Becket died 1170 and Thomas, Cardinal Wolsey died 1530 , ceased to exist centuries ago. The judicial work of contemporary chancellors is confined to the House of Lords and the Privy Council. As speaker of the House of Lords, the chancellor states the question and takes part in debates
Lord Chancellor
highest judicial official in Britain
Lord Chancellor's Department
a British government department, headed by the Lord Chancellor, which is in charge of the legal system and the courts in England and Wales, and is responsible for choosing judges. There is a similar department in the US called the Department of Justice
Lord Charles Cornwallis
a British military leader who was in charge of the British army during the American Revolutionary War. He later became Governor-General of India (1738-1805)
Lord Chief Justice
a judge who is second in importance to the Lord Chancellor in the legal system of England and Wales. The Lord Chief Justice is the judge in charge of cases which are judged at a Court of Appeal
Lord Dunmore's War
(1774) Attack by Virginia militia on the Shawnee in Kentucky. The militiamen seized Fort Pitt on the western border, renaming it after their royal governor, Lord Dunmore, who had ordered attacks against the Shawnee, seen as a threat to white settlers then spreading into the Indian hunting grounds. Defeated at the Battle of Point Pleasant, the Shawnee signed a treaty giving up their hunting grounds. The war was probably started to divert Virginians from disagreements with royal administrators; as such, it has been called the first battle of the American Revolution
Lord George Byron
(1788-1824) early 19th century English poet, Lord Byron
Lord Jim
{i} novel written by Joseph Conrad about a young British sailor named Jim who is on a ship full of pilgrims travelling to Mecca for the hajj
Lord Lieutenant
in the UK, an official who represents the King or Queen in a county. The Lord Lieutenant has no real power, but performs ceremonial duties
Lord Mayor's Banquet
a banquet (=formal dinner) held in the Guildhall, London, every year after the new Lord Mayor of London has been elected. Many important people are invited to this banquet, including the Prime Minister, who makes a speech to mark the occasion
Lord Mayor's Show
a street parade in which the new Lord Mayor of London travels in a golden carriage through the streets of London
Lord Norman Foster
who has won many prizes for his designs, and works mainly in a very modern high-tech style (1935- ) a British architect (=someone who designs buildings)
Lord Peter Wimsey
the main character in the books by Dorothy L. Sayers. He is an English lord who is also a detective, and he is very good at solving crimes
Lord Privy Seal
appointee to a ceremonial post guarding the national seal
Lord Privy Seal
an important member of the British cabinet who is not responsible for a particular government department
Lord Protector
the title used by Oliver Cromwell and later by his son Richard Cromwell when they were in charge of the government of Britain at the time when it was a republic (1649-59)
Lord Rayleigh
{i} John William Strutt Rayleigh, Third Baron Rayleigh (1842-1919), English physicist, winner of the 1904 Nobel Prize in Physics for investigating of the densities of the most important gases and for his discovery of the element argon
Lord Reith
a British administrator who was the first general manager of the BBC (1922-27) and its first director-general (1927-38). He had a great influence on the development of broadcasting in the UK, expected high standards, and believed that radio and television should 'educate, inform and entertain' (1889-1971)
Lord Robert Baden-Powell
a British army officer who is known for starting the scout organizations such as the Scouts and the Guides (1857-1941)
Lord Tennyson Alfred
known as Alfred, Lord Tennyson born Aug. 6, 1809, Somersby, Lincolnshire, Eng. died Oct. 6, 1892, Aldworth, Surrey English poet, the leading poet of the Victorian age. While attending Cambridge University, Tennyson developed a deep friendship with Arthur Hallam. His reputation as a poet increased at Cambridge, and he published Poems, Chiefly Lyrical (1830). Another volume, including "The Lotos-Eaters" and "The Lady of Shalott," was published in 1832 (dated 1833). Hallam's sudden death in 1833 prompted Tennyson to write poems that eventually became part of the vast In Memoriam (1850) and lyrics that later appeared in the brooding Maud (1855), his favourite poem. Poems (1842), including "Ulysses," "Morte d'Arthur," and "Locksley Hall," followed, then The Princess (1847), a long antifeminist fantasia that includes such lyrics as "Sweet and Low" and "Tears, Idle Tears." In 1850 he married; that year he was also named poet laureate of England. Among his subsequent works are "The Charge of the Light Brigade" (1855); Idylls of the King (1859), treating the Arthurian legend; and Enoch Arden (1864). A consummate poet who was inclined to melancholy, Tennyson was also regarded as a spokesman for the educated English middle class. His works often dealt with the difficulties of an age when traditional assumptions were increasingly called into question by science and modern progress
Lord is my Shepherd
the title and first words of the Twenty-Third Psalm, one of the most famous Christian hymns (=religious songs)
Lord of Misrule
One who presided at traditional Christmas revelry in England during the 15th and 16th centuries. the name given to the person who was put in charge of the Christmas games and fun in England in the 15th and 16th centuries. Lord of Misrule, the
Lord of the Flies
{i} allegorical novel written by William Golding in 1954 telling the story of English schoolboys stranded on a tropical island during a time of atomic warfare who tried to govern themselves
Lord of the Flies
a novel by William Golding about a group of boys living on a desert island (=a small island with no people living on it) after a plane accident. At first they work together and help each other, but soon they become cruel and violent towards each other (1954)
Lord of the Rings
{i} trilogy written by the author J. R. R. Tolkien; 1978 animated film based on the Lord of the Rings novels; motion-picture series based on said trilogy
Lord of the Rings
a novel by J. R. R. Tolkien, which continues the story of The Hobbit. It takes place in a land called Middle-Earth, and has many strange magical characters in it, including the wizard Gandalf and a Hobbit called Frodo, who has to save the world from great evil (1954-55)
Lord of the Universe
God
Lord's Day
The Christian Sabbath, observed on Sunday
Lord's Prayer
The Lord's Prayer is a Christian prayer that was originally taught by Jesus Christ to his followers. The prayer taught by Jesus to his disciples. Also called Our Father. the Lord's Prayer the most important prayer of the Christian religion. Prayer taught by Jesus to his disciples and used by all Christians as the basic prayer in common worship. It appears in two forms in the New Testament: a shorter version in Luke 11: 2-4, and a longer version, part of the Sermon on the Mount, in Matthew 6: 9-13. In both contexts it is offered as a model of how to pray. It is sometimes called the Pater Noster (Latin: "Our Father") for its first two words
Lord's Supper
another name for the Eucharist
Lord's Table
The table or altar used by Christians to celebrate the Eucharist
Lord's prayer
{i} Our Father, most important Christian prayer which Jesus taught his followers (the prayer begins with the words "Our Father in heaven, hallowed be your name")
lord advocate
{i} chief law officer (in Scotland); public prosecutor of crimes (in Scotland); chief crown lawyer (in Scotland)
lord chancellor
the highest officer of the Crown who is head of the judiciary and who presides in the House of Lords
lord it over
act like the master of; "He is lording it over the students"
lord it over
act like the master of; "He is lording it over the students
lord lieutenant
Crown representative in a United Kingdom county
lord mayor
{i} title of the mayor in London (England); mayor of large British cities
lord of misrule
a person appointed master of revels at a Christmas celebration
lord of misrule
master of revels at traditional Christmas celebration in England during the 15th and 16th centuries
lord privy seal
the senior cabinet minister in the British Cabinet who has no official duties
lord protector
{i} title given to the head of state during the Commonwealth period in England Scotland and Ireland
lord provost
chief magistrate of some large cities in Scotland
lord's day
Sunday; the Christian Sabbath
lord's prayer
the prayer that Christ gave his disciples in the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 6: 9-13)
lord's resistance army
a quasi-religious rebel group in Uganda that terrorized and raped women and kidnapped children who were forced to serve in the army
The Lord
Jesus Christ
The Lord
In the Old Testament, the Lord is a translation of the Vulgate Dominus and LXX ο Κύριος (the Lord/Master), commonly represents the ineffable name yhwh (יהוה, see Jehovah, Tetragrammaton), substituted with Adonai by the Jews in reading
The Lord's Anointed
A Jewish or other king by divine right
The Lord's Anointed
Christ or the Messiah
crime lord
A person who is in charge of a criminal organization
dear Lord
Expressing strong emotion, such as teariness or frustration

We thought he must have been delayed... we thought... dear Lord, he can't be dead.

drunk as a lord
Completely drunk

How he managed to light it, God knows, for he was as drunk as a lord.

feudal lord
A lord in a feudal system, who bestows fiefs on vassals
in the year of our Lord
In the Common Era; anno Domini; in some year the year of our Lord

Done in Convention by the Unanimous Consent of the States present the Seventeenth Day of September in the Year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and Eighty seven and of the Independence of the United States of America the Twelfth.

lording
lord
lording
Present participle of lord
lording
lordling

Sir Loyd was born to succeed a petty lording or mere lordling, later a grander inheritance made that mean lusciously landed lord.

lordliness
The property of being lordly; the bearing or manner of a lord
lordly
Appropriate for, or suitable to, a lord

There was one great tomb more lordly than all the rest.

praise the Lord
phrase used to thank God by Christians
praise the Lord
expression of surprise, disbelief, happiness, thankfulness
praise the Lord
sterotypical exclamation used in mockery of Christianity
with the Lord
Dead; deceased
year of our Lord
Of the Common Era; anno Domini; numbered from the once estimated first year for the birth of Jesus
lording
{n} a little or petty lord
lordliness
{n} pride, haughtiness, dignity, state
lordly
{a} proudly, haughtily, despotically
lordly
{a} proud, haughty, stately, insolent, noble
Good Lord
Said when you are suddenly surprised, annoyed, or worried about something

Good Lord! Is that the time?.

Oh Lord
Said when you are suddenly surprised, annoyed, or worried about something
the lord's prayer
(Din) The prayer taught by Christ to his disciples, beginning with ‘Our Father’
the lord's prayer
(Din) The Lord's Prayer, also known as the Our Father or Pater noster is probably the best-known prayer in Christianity. On Easter Sunday 2007 it was estimated that 2 billion Protestant, Catholic, and Eastern Orthodox Christians read, recited, or sang the short prayer in hundreds of languages in houses of worship of all shapes and sizes. Although many theological differences and various modes and manners of worship divide Christians, according to Fuller Seminary professor Clayton Schmit "there is a sense of solidarity in knowing that Christians around the globe are praying together…, and these words always unite us."
the lord's supper
(Din) The Eucharist (also known as Holy Communion, the Lord's Supper, among other names) is a rite or act of worship that most Christians perform in order to fulfill the instruction that they believe Jesus gave his disciples, at his last meal with them before being turned over to his executioners, to do "in remembrance of him" certain actions that he did at that meal
Charles du Fresne Lord du Cange
born Dec. 18, 1610, Amiens, France died Oct. 23, 1688, , Paris French scholar. Du Cange's most important works, A Glossary for Writers of Middle and Low Latin (1678) and A Glossary for Writers of Middle and Low Greek (1688), made use of his encyclopaedic knowledge not only of languages but of history, law, archaeology, and geography. His historical approach and effort to distinguish medieval vocabularies from their classical counterparts inspired later scholars to examine the development of language from a historical perspective. Frequently reedited, his dictionaries retained their usefulness through the 20th century
Claude Favre lord de Vaugelas
v. born Jan. 6, 1585, Meximieux, France died February 1650, Paris French grammarian. He played a major role in standardizing the French language of literature and of polite society. His Remarks on the French Language, Useful for Those Who Wish to Speak Well and Write Well (1647) became an authoritative guide to French usage, and his writings formed the basis of the rules for pure and elegant French promulgated by the Académie Française, of which he was an original member
Daniel Greysolon Lord DuLhut
born 1639, Saint-Germain-Laval, France died Feb. 25/26, 1710, Montreal French soldier and explorer. He made two voyages to New France before 1674 and returned to Montreal in 1675. He negotiated fur-trade agreements with Indian tribes, rescued Louis Hennepin from the Sioux, assisted count de Frontenac in the campaign against Indian allies of the British, and is credited with establishing French control over the land north and west of Lake Superior. Duluth, Minn., is named for him
Day of the Lord
(Christianity) time when God will destroy all wicked and evil and set up his kingdom on earth and will reign on earth
Felix lord von Münzberg Weingartner
born June 2, 1863, Zara, Dalmatia, Austrian Empire died May 7, 1942, Winterthur, Switz. Austrian conductor and composer. After studies in Leipzig, he came to the attention of Franz Liszt, who arranged the premiere of Weingartner's first opera at Weimar (1884). He held conducting posts at Danzig, Hamburg, and Mannheim, and he became conductor of the Berlin Opera in 1891. He succeeded Gustav Mahler as conductor of the Vienna Opera (1908-11) and stayed on with the Vienna Philharmonic until 1927. He also directed the Basel Conservatory (1927-33) and was a distinguished writer on music
First Lord of the Admiralty
person in charge of the government department dealing with naval affairs (British)
First Sea Lord
{i} admiralty, department of the United Kingdom Ministry of Defence that supervises and manages the affairs of the Royal Navy
Frederick Lord North
later earl of Guilford born April 13, 1732, London, Eng. died Aug. 5, 1792, London English prime minister (1770-82). Elected to Parliament at age 22, he served as lord of the treasury (1759-65) and as chancellor of the Exchequer (1767-70). As prime minister, he gave vacillating support to both harsh and conciliatory measures toward the American colonies before the American Revolution. Although only a halfhearted supporter of the war, he was a pliant agent of George III. He resigned on hearing the news of Charles Cornwallis's defeat at the Siege of Yorktown. In 1783 he formed a brief coalition with his former Whig opponent Charles James Fox
Frederick Lord North of Kirtling
later earl of Guilford born April 13, 1732, London, Eng. died Aug. 5, 1792, London English prime minister (1770-82). Elected to Parliament at age 22, he served as lord of the treasury (1759-65) and as chancellor of the Exchequer (1767-70). As prime minister, he gave vacillating support to both harsh and conciliatory measures toward the American colonies before the American Revolution. Although only a halfhearted supporter of the war, he was a pliant agent of George III. He resigned on hearing the news of Charles Cornwallis's defeat at the Siege of Yorktown. In 1783 he formed a brief coalition with his former Whig opponent Charles James Fox
Gaspard II de lord de Châtillon Coligny
born Feb. 16, 1519, Châtillon-sur-Loing, France died Aug. 24, 1572, Paris French soldier and leader of the Huguenots in the French Wars of Religion. He served in the Italian campaign (1544), won renown for his skill and bravery, and was made admiral of France (1552). He announced his support for the Reformation in 1560, joined the fight when civil war broke out in 1562, and became sole leader of the Huguenots in 1569. Later he began to exert influence over Charles IX and came to be seen as a threat by Catherine de Médicis. After Catherine's attempt to instigate his assassination failed, she convinced the king that the Huguenots were plotting to retaliate against Charles himself. Charles then ordered the deaths of Coligny and the Huguenot leaders in the Massacre of Saint Bartholomew's Day
God the Lord of Hosts
God is the supreme leader of the entire universe (Biblical)
Henry Stewart Lord Darnley
born Dec. 7, 1545, Temple Newsom, Yorkshire, Eng. died Feb. 9/10, 1567, Edinburgh, Scot. English nobleman, second husband of Mary, Queen of Scots, and father of James I. Son of Matthew Stewart, earl of Lennox (1516-71), a pretender to the Scottish throne, Henry wed his cousin Mary in 1565 despite the opposition of Elizabeth I and Scottish Protestants. It became evident, even to Mary, that superficial charm was his only positive attribute. After he played a role in the murder of Mary's secretary, David Riccio, he was himself murdered at age 21 at the instigation of James Hepburn, earl of Bothwell (1535-78), whom Mary soon married
Jean-François de la Rocque lord de Roberval
born 1500, Carcassonne, France died 1560/61, Paris French colonizer in Canada. He was a member of the court of Francis I. Appointed lieutenant general of the North American territory discovered earlier by Jacques Cartier, he was sent to colonize the region. In 1542 he reached Cartier's former headquarters at Cap Rouge, near present-day Quebec. Cartier was to have served as his guide, but he had left in 1541. The settlement was short-lived, breaking up in 1543 after a harsh winter. Mineral wealth that Roberval brought back turned out to be fool's gold and mica
Law Lord
member of the House of Lords in the United Kingdom
Little Lord Fauntleroy
Little Lord Fauntleroy. the main character in the 19th century children's book Little Lord Fauntleroy (1886) by Frances Hodgson Burnett. He is an American boy who becomes an English lord when his father dies, and has long blond curly hair, neat clothes, and behaves well and politely
Lords
the House of Lords, or its members considered as a group
Lords
{i} House of Lords
May the Lord revenge his blood!
May God take vengeance on his death
Our Lord
Christians refer to Jesus Christ as Our Lord. Let us remember the words of Our Lord from the gospel of Mark. Jesus Christ
Paul Felix lord von Münzberg Weingartner
born June 2, 1863, Zara, Dalmatia, Austrian Empire died May 7, 1942, Winterthur, Switz. Austrian conductor and composer. After studies in Leipzig, he came to the attention of Franz Liszt, who arranged the premiere of Weingartner's first opera at Weimar (1884). He held conducting posts at Danzig, Hamburg, and Mannheim, and he became conductor of the Berlin Opera in 1891. He succeeded Gustav Mahler as conductor of the Vienna Opera (1908-11) and stayed on with the Vienna Philharmonic until 1927. He also directed the Basel Conservatory (1927-33) and was a distinguished writer on music
Randolph Lord Churchill
born Feb. 13, 1849, Blenheim Palace, near Woodstock, Oxfordshire, Eng. died Jan. 24, 1895, London British politician. Third son of the 7th duke of Marlborough, he entered the House of Commons in 1874. In the early 1880s he joined other Conservatives in forming the Fourth Party, which advocated a "Tory democracy" of progressive conservatism. In 1886, at age 37, he became leader of the House of Commons and chancellor of the Exchequer, but he resigned after his first budget was rejected. Though he had seemed destined to be prime minister, this miscalculation effectively ended his political career. He remained in the Commons until his death, but he lost interest in politics and devoted much time to horse racing. Winston Churchill was his son
Randolph Henry Spencer Lord Churchill
born Feb. 13, 1849, Blenheim Palace, near Woodstock, Oxfordshire, Eng. died Jan. 24, 1895, London British politician. Third son of the 7th duke of Marlborough, he entered the House of Commons in 1874. In the early 1880s he joined other Conservatives in forming the Fourth Party, which advocated a "Tory democracy" of progressive conservatism. In 1886, at age 37, he became leader of the House of Commons and chancellor of the Exchequer, but he resigned after his first budget was rejected. Though he had seemed destined to be prime minister, this miscalculation effectively ended his political career. He remained in the Commons until his death, but he lost interest in politics and devoted much time to horse racing. Winston Churchill was his son
The Lord
LORD

The truth from the Lord of you. - The truth from the Lord of you all.

The truth from the Lord of you all. - The truth from the Lord of you.

Thomas Isiah Lord
born April 30, 1961, Chicago, Ill., U.S. U.S. basketball player, coach, and executive. He led Indiana University to a national collegiate title in 1981. As a guard for the Detroit Pistons (1981-94), he amassed 9,061 career assists and helped the team win two NBA championships (1989, 1990); he is regarded as one of the greatest point guards of all time. He subsequently became general manager and part owner of the Toronto Raptors and later coached the Indiana Pacers
Who is on the Lord's side let him come unto me
challenge made by Judah Maccabee as he recruited soldiers for the battle against the Greeks (c.170 BC)
William Lord Bentinck
born Sept. 14, 1774, Bulstrode, Buckinghamshire, Eng. died June 17, 1839, Paris, France British colonial administrator. Born to wealth and rank, he was appointed governor of Madras in 1803. Recalled in 1807 after a mutiny of Indian troops at Vellore, he pressed for the next 20 years for a chance to vindicate his name. In 1828 he was named governor-general of Bengal (in effect, of all India), and he served until 1835. He reformed the country's finances, opened up administrative and judicial posts to Indians, suppressed bands of assassins known as thugs, and abolished suttee. His policies helped pave the way to independence more than a century later
William Henry Cavendish Lord Bentinck
born Sept. 14, 1774, Bulstrode, Buckinghamshire, Eng. died June 17, 1839, Paris, France British colonial administrator. Born to wealth and rank, he was appointed governor of Madras in 1803. Recalled in 1807 after a mutiny of Indian troops at Vellore, he pressed for the next 20 years for a chance to vindicate his name. In 1828 he was named governor-general of Bengal (in effect, of all India), and he served until 1835. He reformed the country's finances, opened up administrative and judicial posts to Indians, suppressed bands of assassins known as thugs, and abolished suttee. His policies helped pave the way to independence more than a century later
William Russell Lord Russell
born Sept. 29, 1639 died July 21, 1683, London, Eng. English Whig politician. A member of the House of Commons, he joined the opposition to the pro-French policies of Charles II. In 1678 he was convinced by Titus Oates's fabricated Popish Plot, and by 1680 he led the fight in the Commons to exclude Charles's brother James (later James II) from the succession. After Charles dissolved Parliament (1681), Russell continued to associate with Whig dissidents. In 1683 he was accused of participating in the Rye House Plot to murder Charles. The charges were never proved, but Russell was found guilty of treason and beheaded
Yehudi Lord Menuhin of Stoke d'Abernon Menuhin
born April 22, 1916, New York, N.Y., U.S. died March 12, 1999, Berlin, Ger. U.S.-born British violinist and conductor. Raised in San Francisco, he made his debut at age seven. In 1927 he studied with George Enescu (1881-1955) in Paris; he returned to perform to tremendous acclaim in New York the same year and went on to astound audiences worldwide with his precocious depth and proficiency. From 1959 he lived in London, but he did not become a British citizen until 1985. He directed the Bath Festival (1958-68) and the Gstaad Festival from 1956. In 1958 he founded his own chamber orchestra. Often accompanied by his pianist sister, Hephzibah (1920-81), he also made recordings with the sitarist Ravi Shankar
drug lord
The leader of a cartel or gang that illegally traffics in drugs
drunk as a lord
totally drunk, drunk to the point of losing consciousness
duque duke de Viseu senhor lord da Covilha Henrique, infante prince de Portugal
Portuguese Henrique o Navegador orig. Henrique, infante (prince) de Portugal, duque (duke) de Viseu, senhor (lord) da Covilha born March 4, 1394, Porto, Port. died Nov. 13, 1460, Vila do Infante, near Sagres Portuguese prince and patron of explorers. He helped his father, John I, capture the Moroccan city of Ceuta in 1415 and served as governor of Ceuta and later of the Portuguese province of Algarve. He established his own court at Sagres and sponsored voyages of discovery in the Madeira Islands and along the western coast of Africa. As grand master of the Order of Christ, he gained funds for backing voyages aimed at the conversion of pagans. His patronage led to the development of the Portuguese caravel and improved navigational instruments and the advancement of cartography
feudal lord
European land owner in the Middle Ages
feudal lord
a man of rank in the ancien regime
live like a lord
live a rich lifestyle, live a wealthy lifestyle
lorded
past of lord
lording
A little lord; a lordling; a lord, in contempt or ridicule
lording
The son of a lord; a person of noble lineage
lordliness
The state or quality of being lordly
lordliness
{i} dignity, nobility; arrogance, haughtiness; state of being a lord
lordly
of or befitting a lord; "heir to a lordly fortune"; "of august lineage"
lordly
Lordly means impressive and suitable for a lord. the site of a lordly mansion
lordly
In the manner of a lord. Showing command or nobility
lordly
Suitable for a lord; of or pertaining to a lord; resembling a lord; hence, grand; noble; dignified; honorable
lordly
{s} dignified, noble; arrogant, haughty; of or pertaining to a lord
lordly
In a lordly manner
lordly
disapproval If you say that someone's behaviour is lordly, you are critical of them because they treat other people in a proud and arrogant way. their usual lordly indifference to patients
lordly
having or showing arrogant superiority to and disdain of those one views as unworthy; "some economists are disdainful of their colleagues in other social disciplines"; "haughty aristocrats"; "his lordly manners were offensive"; "walked with a prideful swagger"; "very sniffy about breaches of etiquette"; "his mother eyed my clothes with a supercilious air"; "shaggy supercilious camels"; "a more swaggering mood than usual"- W L Shirer
lordly
Proud; haughty; imperious; insolent
lords
third person singular of lord
lords
plural of lord
mesne lord
a feudal lord who was lord to his own tenants on land held from a superior lord
my lord
title of respect used to address a nobleman
Турецкий язык - Английский Язык
peer
{i} lord
lord payesi vermek
lord
lord hazretleri
His Lordship
lord hazretleri
Your Lordship
lord ünvanı vermek
lord
lordlar
lords

The British Parliament is divided into the House of Commons and the House of Lords. - İngiliz Parlamentosu, Avam Kamarası ve Lordlar Kamarasına bölünmüştür.

küçük lord
lordling
lord

    Расстановка переносов

    Lord

    Турецкое произношение

    lôrd

    Произношение

    /ˈlôrd/ /ˈlɔːrd/

    Этимология

    [ 'lord ] (noun.) before 12th century. From Middle English lord, loverd, lhoaverd (“lord, master, ruler”), from Old English hlāford, hlāfweard (“lord, master, husband”, literally “bread-keeper”), from hlāf (“bread”) + weard (“guardian, keeper”). Compare also lady. More at loaf, ward.

    Времена

    lordliness, lording, lorded

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