baronetage

baronetage
noun Date: 1760 1. baronetcy 2. the whole body of baronets

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  • Baronetage — Bar on*et*age, n. 1. State or rank of a baronet. [1913 Webster] 2. The collective body of baronets. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • baronetage — [bar′ən ət΄ij, bar′ən itij, berən ət΄ij, ber′ən itij] n. 1. baronets as a class 2. BARONETCY …   English World dictionary

  • baronetage — /bar euh nit ij, net /, n. 1. baronets collectively. 2. baronetcy. [1710 20; BARONET + AGE] * * * …   Universalium

  • baronetage — noun a) baronets collectively b) The rank of a baronet …   Wiktionary

  • baronetage — noun 1》 [treated as sing. or plural] baronets collectively. 2》 an annotated list of baronets …   English new terms dictionary

  • baronetage — bar·on·et·age …   English syllables

  • baronetage — bar•on•et•age [[t]ˈbær ə nɪt ɪdʒ, ˌnɛt [/t]] n. 1) why baronets collectively 2) why baronetcy • Etymology: 1710–20 …   From formal English to slang

  • baronetage — /ˈbærənətɪdʒ/ (say baruhnuhtij) noun 1. the order of baronets; baronets collectively. 2. → baronetcy …   Australian English dictionary

  • baronetage — n. 1 baronets collectively. 2 an annotated list of baronets …   Useful english dictionary

  • Official Roll of the Baronetage — The Official Roll of the Baronetage is an official list of baronets compiled by the Crown Office, a section of the Ministry of Justice, and published by the Standing Council of the Baronetage. It was first published 23 February 1914. Only those… …   Wikipedia

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