Name Origin: English
Name Gender: Male
lord or nobleman; many general title of nobility in The united kingdomt. 1 Bl. Comm. 398, 399. A certain level or name of nobility, alongside a viscount. A judge for the judge of exchequer. 3 Bl. Comm. 44; Cowell. A freeman. Co. Litt. 58a, additionally a vassal holding directly through the king. A husband; occurring inside good sense in the expression "baron et feme," couple.
c.1200, from Old French baron (nominative ber) "baron, nobleman, military leader, warrior, virtuous guy, lord, spouse," probably from or related to belated Latin baro "man," that will be of uncertain source, maybe from Frankish *baro "freeman, man;" combined in England with cognate Old English beorn "nobleman."
a British peer associated with lowest rank
- a nobleman (in various countries) of different rank
- a very rich or powerful businessman
- A title or level of nobility; initially, the possessor of a fief, that has feudal tenants under him; today, in France and Germany, a nobleman after that in position below a count; in The united kingdomt, a nobleman of least expensive level in the House of Lords, being next below a viscount.
- A husband; since, baron and feme, husband and wife.
(letter.) A title or amount of nobility; initially, the possessor of a fief, who had feudal renters under him; in our contemporary world, in France and Germany, a nobleman after that in ranking below a count; in The united kingdomt, a nobleman regarding the most affordable level in the home of Lords, becoming next below a viscount.
- (n.) A husband; because, baron and feme, husband and wife.
GEORGE STEPHEN MOUNTSTEPHEN, Baron (1829-), Canadian financier, was born on the 5th of June 1829 at Dufftown, Banffshire, Scotland, the son of William Stephen and Elspeth Smith.