See also: Senyor

Contents

CatalanEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Provençal senhor, segnor, from Latin senior, seniōrem, comparative of senex(old).

NounEdit

senyor m ‎(plural senyors)

  1. mister; sir

Related termsEdit


CebuanoEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Spanish señor, from Old Spanish sennor, from Latin senior, seniōrem(elder), comparative form of senex(old).

NounEdit

senyor

  1. (archaic) The master of a household.
  2. (archaic) An address to one's male employer.
  3. (sarcastic) An address to a lazy boy or man, especially one's son. (see usage notes)

Usage notesEdit

  • Used to catch the boy or man's attention.