This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience. Learn more

Aristocrat synonyms

Sorting by
Votes
A member of the nobility; peer
1
0
  1. A member of the nobility; peer
  2. A man of noble rank.
  3. A peer; an aristocrat; ranks range from baron to king to emperor.
A peeress with a rank equivalent to that of a viscount
1
0
  1. A peeress with a rank equivalent to that of a viscount
  2. A female member of the peerage who bears the title in her own right.
  3. The wife or widow of a viscount
A former gold coin of England
0
0
  1. A former gold coin of England
  2. A gold coin formerly used in England, worth half of a mark.
  3. A person having hereditary rank or title; nobleman; peer
A man who holds a peerage by descent or appointment.
0
0
  1. A man who holds a peerage by descent or appointment.
  2. A nobleman.
  3. A noble; esp., a British duke, marquess, earl, viscount, or baron
A person of high rank in some medieval Italian republics and in certain free cities of the German Empire
0
0
  1. A person of high rank in some medieval Italian republics and in certain free cities of the German Empire
  2. A member of the hereditary ruling class in the medieval free cities of Italy and Germany.
  3. Used as a title for members of a class of honorary nobility appointed by the Byzantine emperors.
Used as a courtesy title for a younger son of a duke or marquis.
0
0
  1. Used as a courtesy title for a younger son of a duke or marquis.
  2. A man who by courtesy or because of his office is given the title of Lord, as a bishop, a younger son of a duke or marquess, or a Lord Mayor
  3. A king.
A nobleman of the highest hereditary rank below that of prince
0
0
  1. A nobleman of the highest hereditary rank below that of prince
  2. A prince who rules an independent duchy
  3. The title of a duke.
A feudal tenant holding his rights and title directly from a king or another feudal superior.
0
0
  1. A feudal tenant holding his rights and title directly from a king or another feudal superior.
  2. A lord or nobleman; a peer.
  3. In the Middle Ages, a feudal tenant of the king or of any higher-ranking lord; nobleman
This title
0
0
  1. This title
  2. A man holding a British hereditary title of honor reserved for commoners, ranking immediately below the barons and above all orders of knighthood except the Garter.
  3. A man holding the lowest hereditary British title, below a baron but above a knight: a baronet is addressed as “Sir,” and may add “Bart.” to his name, as Sir John Doe, Bart.
A surname​ for service in the household of an earl, or from a nickname.
0
0
  1. A surname​ for service in the household of an earl, or from a nickname.
  2. (Chiefly US) A male given name from the English noun earl.
  3. The title of an earl.
(Bowling) The number of pins knocked down by the first ball in a frame following a frame in which a spare or strike is scored: added to the score of the spare or strike of the preceding frame
0
0
  1. (Bowling) The number of pins knocked down by the first ball in a frame following a frame in which a spare or strike is scored: added to the score of the spare or strike of the preceding frame
  2. (Sports) The counting from one to ten seconds, during which time a boxer who has been knocked down must rise or be declared the loser.
  3. A nobleman in European countries, having a rank equivalent to that of an English earl
(Historical) In England,
0
0
  1. (Historical) In England,
  2. A nobleman next below an earl or count and above a baron
  3. A nobleman ranking below an earl or count and above a baron.
  1. Marquis
  2. A British nobleman ranking below a duke and above an earl or a count.
  3. A title of nobility, ranking beneath a duke and above an earl.
Used as a title for such a nobleman.
0
0
  1. Used as a title for such a nobleman.
  2. In some countries of Europe, a nobleman ranking above an earl or count and below a duke
  3. A nobleman ranking below a duke and above an earl or a count.
An outstanding man, especially in a particular group or class:
0
0
  1. An outstanding man, especially in a particular group or class:
  2. A ruler whose rank is below that of king; head of a principality
  3. A hereditary male ruler; a king.
A woman having a noble rank, especially one belonging to the peerage; a Lady
0
0
  1. A woman having a noble rank, especially one belonging to the peerage; a Lady
  2. A woman who is a member of the nobility; peeress
  3. A woman of noble rank.
A woman who has the rights, rule, or authority of a lord
0
0
  1. A woman who has the rights, rule, or authority of a lord
  2. (Chiefly British) A general feminine title of nobility and other rank, specifically as the title for the wife or widow of a knight or baronet.
  3. The title of respect given to a marchioness, countess, viscountess, or baroness; to the daughter of a duke, marquis, or earl; or to the wife of a baronet, knight, or holder of the courtesy title Lord
A noblewoman married to a peer
0
0
  1. A noblewoman married to a peer
  2. A woman who holds a title by association, as the wife or widow of a peer.
  3. The wife or widow of a peer
A woman holding title to a duchy in her own right.
0
0
  1. A woman holding title to a duchy in her own right.
  2. A woman who has the rank of a duke
  3. The wife or widow of a duke
A lady whose rank in her own right equals that of a marquess
0
0
  1. A lady whose rank in her own right equals that of a marquess
  2. A noblewoman ranking above a countess and below a duchess.
  3. The wife or widow of a marquess
A noblewoman whose rank is equal to that of a count or earl
0
0
  1. A noblewoman whose rank is equal to that of a count or earl
  2. A woman holding the title of count or earl.
  3. The wife or widow of a count or earl
A woman holding the title to a barony.
0
0
  1. A woman holding the title to a barony.
  2. A baron's wife, widow, or (in some European countries) daughter
  3. The wife or widow of a baron.
A marchioness, especially one who is French
0
0
  1. A marchioness, especially one who is French
  2. A lady whose rank in her own right equals that of a marquis
  3. The wife or widow of a marquis.
A woman who is a hereditary ruler; a queen.
0
0
  1. A woman who is a hereditary ruler; a queen.
  2. A daughter of a son of the sovereign
  3. The wife of a prince
A man holding a nonhereditary title conferred by a sovereign in recognition of personal merit or service to the country.
0
0
  1. A man holding a nonhereditary title conferred by a sovereign in recognition of personal merit or service to the country.
  2. In Great Britain, a man who for some achievement is given honorary nonhereditary rank next below a baronet, entitling him to use Sir before his given name
  3. A military servant of a king or other feudal superior; tenant holding land on condition that he serve his superior as a mounted man-at-arms
A knight.
0
0
  1. A knight.
  2. A member of the lowest rank of the French Legion of Honor
  3. A member of certain male orders of knighthood or merit, such as the Legion of Honor in France.
A purebred or pedigreed animal, especially a horse.
0
0
  1. A purebred or pedigreed animal, especially a horse.
  2. A thoroughbred animal; specif., [T-] any of a breed of light horse developed by crossing Arabian and Turkish stallions with English mares: it is bred primarily for racing
  3. Any of a breed of horses derived from crosses between Arabian stallions and English mares, bred for racing
Used as the title for such a nobleman.
0
0
  1. Used as the title for such a nobleman.
  2. A Spanish or Portuguese nobleman of the highest rank
  3. A nobleman of the highest rank in Spain or Portugal.
A Spanish nobleman or gentleman
0
0
  1. A Spanish nobleman or gentleman
  2. A distinguished man
  3. Sir; Mr.: a Spanish title of respect, used with the given name: abbrev. D
A member of the minor nobility in Spain.
0
0
  1. A member of the minor nobility in Spain.
  2. A Spanish nobleman of secondary rank, below that of a grandee
  3. A member of the Spanish nobility, especially one without a title.
An English and Scottish surname​, originally a nickname for someone who either acted as if he were a king or had worked in the king's household.
0
0
  1. An English and Scottish surname​, originally a nickname for someone who either acted as if he were a king or had worked in the king's household.
  2. (Games) A playing card bearing the figure of a king, ranking above a queen.
  3. The title of a king
The supreme ruler of an empire
0
0
  1. The supreme ruler of an empire
  2. The male ruler of an empire.
  3. The emperor moth.
A woman with great power or influence
0
0
  1. A woman with great power or influence
  2. A woman ruler of an empire
  3. The wife or widow of an emperor.
A nobleman of Renaissance Venice
0
0
  1. A nobleman of Renaissance Venice
  2. A person of distinguished rank, importance, or appearance.
  3. A nobleman of the Venetian Republic.
A person of such descent; aristocrat
0
0
  1. A person of such descent; aristocrat
  2. Noble or aristocratic descent.
  3. Descent from nobility
A wealthy, aristocratic, or elegantly dressed person.
0
0
  1. A wealthy, aristocratic, or elegantly dressed person.
  2. A member of the wealthy or aristocratic class
(Music) A crescendo followed by a gradual diminuendo.
0
0
  1. (Music) A crescendo followed by a gradual diminuendo.
  2. A device on an instrument, such as an organ or harpsichord, for regulating volume.
  3. (Music) A gradual increase in volume (crescendo), usually followed by a gradual decrease (decrescendo)
Find another word for aristocrat. In this page you can discover 51 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for aristocrat, like: nobleman, viscountess, noble, peer, patrician, lord, duke, baron, baronet, earl and count.