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EtymologyEdit

From the oblique case of Old French sire (see also French sire), from Vulgar Latin *seior, from Latin senior (older, elder) (whence also seigneur, from the accusative form), from senex (old).

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sieur m (plural sieurs)

  1. sir, Mr., lord; title of respect for a man

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