majesty

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heybet
görkem
haşmet
{i} b.h. kral veya eşine verilen unvan: Your/His/Her Majesty Majesteleri, Majeste, Haşmetmeap
kral veya eşine verilen ünvan Your Majesty
Her Majesty Haşmetmeap
şevket
{i} majeste

Majesteleri, evimde bir yangın var! - Your Majesty, there is a fire in my house!

Majesteleri bekliyor. - Her Majesty is waiting.

celal
kral veya eşine verilen unvan
her majesty
Kraliçe hazretleri
his majesty
Majesteleri
His Majesty
Kral Hazretleri
leze majesty
leze heybet
Her Majesty
majesteleri

Majesteleri bekliyor. - Her Majesty is waiting.

Your Majesty
majesteleri
his/her majesty's ship
(Askeri) ingiliz kraliyet gemisi
lese majesty
krala hainlik
lese majesty
majesteye karşı işlenen suç
lese majesty
küstahça davranış
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a term of address for royalty and imperiality

His/Her/Your Majesty.

The quality of being impressive and great

the majesty of the Great Pyramids.

{n} dignity, grandeur, power, a royal title
Hence, used with the possessive pronoun, the title of an emperor, king or queen; in this sense taking a plural; as, their majesties attended the concert
The dignity and authority of sovereign power; quality or state which inspires awe or reverence; grandeur; exalted dignity, whether proceeding from rank, character, or bearing; imposing loftiness; stateliness; usually applied to the rank and dignity of sovereigns
politeness You use majesty in expressions such as Your Majesty or Her Majesty when you are addressing or referring to a King or Queen. His Majesty requests your presence in the royal chambers
Dignity; elevation of manner or style
Majesty is the quality of being beautiful, dignified, and impressive. the majesty of the mainland mountains
{i} royalty; sovereign authority; member of royalty
impressiveness in scale or proportion
Her Majesty
A title of respect used when referring to a queen
His Imperial Majesty
a title of respect used when referring an emperor
His Majesty
A title of respect used when referring to a king
Your Majesty
A title of respect used when addressing a monarch of higher rank than a prince; that is, a king, queen, emperor, or empress

Sire,” said Villefort, “ the rapidity of the event must prove to your majesty that God alone can prevent it, by raising a tempest ; what your majesty is pleased to attribute to me as profound perspicacity is simply owing to chance ; and I have profited by that chance, like a good and devoted servant—that's all. Do not attribute to me more than I deserve, sire, that your majesty may never have occasion to recall the first opinion you have been pleased to form of me.”.

at Her Majesty's pleasure
indefinitely

The murderer was imprisoned at Her Majesty's pleasure.

lese majesty
The crime of violating majesty, an offense against the dignity of a reigning sovereign or against a state
lese-majesty
An act of disrespect towards authority
lese-majesty
An offense against the sovereign power in a state; treason
one of his majesty's bad bargains
A worthless soldier, a malingeror
Her Majesty
courtesy title used when referring to a queen
Her gracious Majesty
courtesy title used when referring to a queen
His Majesty
courtesy title used when referring to a king
His gracious Majesty
courtesy title used when referring to a king
Your Majesty
courtesy title used when speaking directly to a king
her majesty the queen
Elizabeth II, Queen Elizabeth (born 1926), Queen of the United Kingdom since 1952
lese majesty
{i} high treason, crime carried out against majesty, crime of violating majesty; criminal offense against a head of state; lack of respect to authority
lese majesty
a crime that undermines the offender's government
leze majesty
Any crime committed against the sovereign power
majesties
plural of majesty
majesty

    Расстановка переносов

    maj·es·ty

    Турецкое произношение

    mäcısti

    Произношение

    /ˈmaʤəstē/ /ˈmæʤəstiː/

    Этимология

    [ 'ma-j&-stE ] (noun.) 14th century. From Middle English maieste, mageste, from Old French majeste, from Latin māiestās, derived from Proto-Indo-European *maǵ-yos- (“greater”), from *maǵ-, *meǵ- (“great”).

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