my Lord

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NounEdit

my Lord (plural my Lords)

  1. (Britain) Used in direct address to peers of the realm, usually now excluding dukes and the Lords Spiritual.
  2. (Britain) Used in direct address to bishops, particularly Anglican ones.
  3. (Britain) Used in direct address to the Lord Mayors of certain important cities, including London and Canterbury.
  4. (Britain) Used in direct address to certain judges, particularly High Court Judges and above.

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my Lord

  1. Alternative form of oh my Lord