lordship

Barony vs Lordship - What's the difference?

barony | lordship |


As nouns the difference between barony and lordship

is that barony is a dominion ruled by a baron or baroness, often part of a larger kingdom or empire while lordship is the state or condition of being a lord.

Lordship vs Ownership - What's the difference?

lordship | ownership |


As nouns the difference between lordship and ownership

is that lordship is the state or condition of being a lord while ownership is the state of having complete legal control of the status of something.

Lordship - What does it mean?

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Lordship vs Lordshiptitle - What's the difference?

lordship | lordshiptitle |

Knightship vs Lordship - What's the difference?

knightship | lordship |


As nouns the difference between knightship and lordship

is that knightship is the honor bestowed that makes someone a knight while lordship is the state or condition of being a lord.

Lordship vs Grandeeship - What's the difference?

lordship | grandeeship |


As nouns the difference between lordship and grandeeship

is that lordship is the state or condition of being a lord while grandeeship is the rank or estate of a grandee; lordship.

Lordship vs Goddesship - What's the difference?

lordship | goddesship |


As nouns the difference between lordship and goddesship

is that lordship is the state or condition of being a lord while goddesship is (rare) the quality or state of being a goddess.

Lordship vs Signoria - What's the difference?

lordship | signoria |


As nouns the difference between lordship and signoria

is that lordship is the state or condition of being a lord while signoria is lordship, especially in medieval italian city states.

Lordship vs Seignory - What's the difference?

lordship | seignory |


As nouns the difference between lordship and seignory

is that lordship is the state or condition of being a lord while seignory is (legal) the lordship (authority) remaining to a grantor after the grant of an estate in fee-simple.

Lordship vs Terrier - What's the difference?

lordship | terrier |


As nouns the difference between lordship and terrier

is that lordship is the state or condition of being a lord while terrier is a dog from a group of small, lively breeds, originally bred for the hunting of burrowing prey such as rats]], rabbits, foxes, and even [[otter|otters; this original function is reflected in some of their names (eg rat terrier) or terrier can be an auger or borer.

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