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EtymologyEdit

Borrowed from Spanish señor.

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /seɪnˈjɔɹ/, /seɪnˈjoʊɹ/, /sinˈjɔɹ/

NounEdit

señor (plural señores)

  1. A Spanish term of address equivalent to sir or Mr., used alone or capitalized and prefixed to the name of a married or an older man.

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SpanishEdit

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EtymologyEdit

From Old Spanish sennor (lord), from Vulgar Latin *senjor (master, elder, lord, nobleman), from Latin senior, seniōrem (elder), comparative form of senex (old). Doublet of senior, borrowed from Latin.

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NounEdit

señor m (plural señores, feminine señora, feminine plural señoras)

  1. mister, sir, lord (title conferred on a married or an older male)
  2. gentleman
    Synonym: caballero
  3. master
    Synonym: amo

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AdjectiveEdit

señor (feminine singular señora, plural señores)

  1. (before noun) great big; whopping
    dar un señor golpe
    Give a good big whack
  2. free

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