lord

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lord

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Singular
lord

Plural
lords

  1. (countable) The Lord is a Judeo-Christian title for their god.
    Please join me in the Lord's prayer.
  2. {{countable} A lord is a person who has authority over others; a ruler.
  3. (countable) A Lord is a title given by a king or queen.
    The royals are sailing with friends Lord and Lady Romsey and their two children.
    The lords of the house will arrive later.
  4. (countable) Lord is a title of respect used with mayors, judges, etc.
    The lord mayor will be giving a speech at 12:30.

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Plain form
lord

Third-person singular
lords

Past tense
lorded

Past participle
lorded

Present participle
lording

  1. (intransitive) To lord means to act like a lord.