Senhor
Senhor Se*nhor", n. [Pg. Cf. {Se[~n]or}, {Senior}.] A Portuguese title of courtesy corresponding to the Spanish se[~n]or or the English Mr. or sir; also, a gentleman. [Webster 1913 Suppl.]

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  • Senhor — (abbreviation: Sr. ; plural: Senhores , abbreviation: Srs. ), from the Latin Senior (comparative of Senex , old man ), is the Portuguese word for Lord, Sir or Mister. Its feminine form is Senhora (plural Senhoras , abbreviation: Sras. ). Its… …   Wikipedia

  • senhor — |ô| s. m. 1. O que possuía honras ou coutos; fidalgo; o que possuía vassalos; o que tinha autoridade feudal. 2. O dono da casa em relação aos criados. 3. Indivíduo distinto. 4. Título nobiliárquico. 5. Tratamento de cerimônia. 6. Título dado aos… …   Dicionário da Língua Portuguesa

  • Senhor — (portug.), Señor (span., spr. Senjohr), Herr, Gebieter; Senhora u. Señora, Frau, Gebieterin …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Senhor — (portug., span. Señor, beides spr. ßenjōr), Herr, Gebieter; Senhora (Señora), Herrin, Gebieterin …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Senhor — (portug., spr. ßenjohr; span. Señor), Herr, Gebieter; Senhora und Señora, Frau, Herrin …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Senhor — Senhor, portug., sennor, span., davon senhora, sennora, Herr, Herrin …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • senhor — [si nyō̂r′] n. pl. senhores [sinyō̂r′əsh, si nyō̂r′əs] or Senhores [Port < L senior: see SENIOR] 1. [S ] Mr.; Sir: Portuguese or Brazilian title of respect: abbrev. Sr 2. a man; gentleman …   English World dictionary

  • Senhor — Se|nhor auch: Sen|hor 〈[sɛnjɔ:r] m.; s, es〉 Herr (portugiesische Anrede) [port. <lat. senior „der ältere“] * * * Se|n|hor [sɛn jo:ɐ̯ ], der; s, es [port. senhor < lat. senior, ↑ Senior]: 1. (in Portugal) Bezeichnung u. Anrede eines Herrn …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Senhor — Sen|hor* [sɛn jo:ɐ̯] der; s, es <aus port. senhor, dies zu lat. senior, vgl. ↑senior> port. Bez. für Herr; Gebieter, Besitzer …   Das große Fremdwörterbuch

  • senhor — noun (plural senhors or senhores) Etymology: Portuguese, from Medieval Latin senior superior, lord, from Latin, adjective, elder Date: 1795 a Portuguese or Brazilian man used as a title equivalent to Mr …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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