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Lordship meaning in Urdu

Lordship Sentence

Your Lordship.

Lordship Definitions

1 of 2) Lordship : آقائیت, سرداری : (noun) a title used to address any British peer except a duke and extended to a bishop or a judge.

His Lordship.


2 of 2) Lordship : سرداری : (noun) the authority of a lord.

Useful Words

Duchess : جاگیردار کی بیوی , Ladyship : خاتون ہونے کا خطاب , Herr : مرد کو مخاطب کرنے کا جرمن لفظ , Excellency : اعزازی لقب , Fraulein : دوشیزہ , Frau : بیوی , Imprint : شناخت , Highness : عزت مآب , Sir : سر , Running Title : کتابی عنوان , Believe : خیال کرنا , Lord : نواب زادہ , Hrolf : نورمنڈی کا نواب , Duchy : جاگیر , Astor : برطانوی سیاست دان , British Commonwealth : برطانوی دولت مشترکہ , Coadjutor : معاون , Archbishop : پادریوں کا سردار , Bishopric : بشپ کے تحت حلقہ , Bishop's Throne : پادری کا تخت , Calculate : اندازہ لگانا , Fail : فیل کرنا , Discretion : اختیار , Misjudge : غلط اندازہ لگانا , Miscalculate : غلط اندازہ لگانا , Approve : صاد کرنا , Judgeship : جج کا عہدہ , Protractible : قابل طول , Europe : براعظم یورپ , Pass : کامیاب قرار دینا , Judicial : عدالت سے متعلق

Useful Words Definitions

Duchess: the wife of a duke or a woman holding ducal title in her own right.

Ladyship: a title used to address any peeress except a duchess.

Herr: a German courtesy title or form of address for a man.

Excellency: a title used to address dignitaries (such as ambassadors or governors); usually preceded by `Your` or `His` or `Her`.

Fraulein: a German courtesy title or form of address for an unmarried woman.

Frau: a German courtesy title or form of address for an adult woman.

Imprint: an identification of a publisher; a publisher's name along with the date and address and edition that is printed at the bottom of the title page.

Highness: (Your Highness or His Highness or Her Highness) title used to address a royal person.

Sir: sir is used as a respectful form of address for a man. It is often used to show deference or politeness when speaking to someone in a position of authority or as a way to show respect in formal or professional settings. "Sir" is also commonly used to address someone in a customer service or hospitality context. It is a term that denotes respect and is often used to address a person of higher social status or authority..

Running Title: the title (or a shortened title) of a book used as a running head.

Believe: judge or regard; look upon; judge.

Lord: a titled peer of the realm.

Hrolf: Norse chieftain who became the first duke of Normandy (860-931).

Duchy: the domain controlled by a duke or duchess.

Astor: British politician (born in the United States) who was the first woman to sit in the British House of Commons (1879-1964).

British Commonwealth: an association of nations consisting of the United Kingdom and several former British colonies that are now sovereign states but still pay allegiance to the British Crown.

Coadjutor: an assistant to a bishop.

Archbishop: a bishop of highest rank.

Bishopric: the territorial jurisdiction of a bishop.

Bishop's Throne: a throne that is the official chair of a bishop.

Calculate: judge to be probable.

Fail: judge unacceptable.

Discretion: freedom to act or judge on one`s own.

Misjudge: judge incorrectly.

Miscalculate: judge incorrectly.

Approve: judge to be right or commendable; think well of.

Judgeship: the position of judge.

Protractible: able to be extended.

Europe: the 2nd smallest continent (actually a vast peninsula of Eurasia); the British use `Europe` to refer to all of the continent except the British Isles.

Pass: accept or judge as acceptable.

Judicial: belonging or appropriate to the office of a judge.

Related Words

Authorisation : اختیار

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