HyperDic: noble

Español > 8 sentidos de la palabra noble:
ADJETIVOallnobleof or belonging to or constituting / constituting the hereditary aristocracy especially as derived from feudal times
allnoblehaving or showing or indicative of high or elevated character
allnoble, elevado, sublimeof high moral or intellectual value
allnoble, imponente, majestuoso, regio, señorialimpressive in appearance
allnobleinert especially toward oxygen
allnoble, digno, honrado, respetablemeriting respect or esteem
NOMBREperson noble, aristócrata, lord, señora titled peer of the realm
person noble, aristócrata, damaa woman of the peerage in Britain
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SentidoOf or belonging to or constituting / constituting the hereditary aristocracy especially as derived from feudal times.
Específicoaristocrática, aristocráticobelonging to or characteristic of the nobility or aristocracy
augusto, señorial, señorilOf or befitting a lord
imperial, majestuoso, púrpura, real, regiobelonging to or befitting a supreme ruler
monárquicoHaving the characteristics / characteristics of or befitting or worthy of a monarch
principescoHaving the rank of or befitting a prince
real, regioHaving the rank of or resembling or befitting a king
realOf the rank of a monarch
regioHaving the rank of or resembling or befitting a queen / queen
Contrariode baja cuna, de humilde cunaOf humble birth or origins
Inglésnoble
Catalánnoble
Nombresaristocracia, noblezaA privileged class holding hereditary titles
noblezaThe state of being of noble birth
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SentidoHaving or showing or indicative of high or elevated character.
Cualidad degrandeza, noblezaThe quality of elevation of mind and exaltation of character or ideals or conduct
Específicoelevado, noble, sublimeOf high moral or intellectual value
ennoblecedorinvesting with dignity or honor
magnánimonoble and generous in spirit
Tambiénhonorable, honorífico, honradoworthy of being honored
Contrarioinnoble, vilCompletely lacking nobility in character or quality or purpose
Inglésnoble
Catalánnoble
Nombresgrandeza, noblezaThe quality of elevation of mind and exaltation of character or ideals or conduct
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SentidoOf high moral or intellectual value; elevated in nature or style.
Sinónimoselevado, sublime
GeneralnobleHaving or showing or indicative of high or elevated character
Inglésexalted, elevated, sublime, grand, high-flown, high-minded, lofty, rarefied, rarified, idealistic, noble-minded
Catalánelevat, noble
Nombresbrillantez, esplendor, grandeza, grandiosidad, magnificenciaThe quality of being magnificent or splendid or grand
idealismoElevated ideals or conduct
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Sentidoimpressive in appearance.
Sinónimosimponente, majestuoso, regio, señorial
Generalimpresionantemaking a strong or vivid impression
Inglésbaronial, imposing, noble, stately
Catalánbaronial, imponent, majestuós, noble, regi, senyorial
NombresbarónA nobleman (in various countries / countries) of varying rank
enormidad, grandeza, majestad, majestuosidadimpressiveness in scale or proportion
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Sentidoinert especially toward oxygen.
Generalno reactivo(chemistry) not reacting chemically
Inglésnoble
Catalánnoble
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SentidoMeriting respect or esteem.
Sinónimosdigno, honrado, respetable
GeneralrespetableCharacterized by socially or conventionally acceptable morals
Inglésupstanding, solid
Catalándigne, honrat, noble, respectable
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SentidoA titled peer of the realm.
Sinónimosaristócrata, lord, señor
CasosDon JuanA legendary Spanish nobleman and philanderer who became the hero of many poems and plays and operas
EspecíficobarónA nobleman (in various countries / countries) of varying rank
condeA nobleman (in various countries / countries) having rank equal to a British earl
duqueA nobleman (in various countries / countries) of high rank
grande, grandeza de españaA nobleman of highest rank in Spain or Portugal
margraveA German nobleman ranking above a count (corresponding in rank to a British marquess)
marquésnobleman (in various countries) ranking above a count
milord, milorA term of address for an English lord
parA nobleman (duke or marquis or earl or viscount / viscount or baron) who is a member of the British peerage
señor feudalA feudal lord or baron / baron
sireA title of address formerly used for a man of rank and authority
vizconde(in various countries) a son or younger brother or a count
Contrarioaristócrata, dama, nobleA woman of the peerage in Britain
InglésLord, noble, nobleman
Catalánaristòcrata, lord, noble
Adjetivoaugusto, señorial, señorilOf or befitting a lord
NombresseñoríaA title used to address any British peer except a duke and extended to a bishop or a judge
Verbosinvestir caballeromake a lord of someone
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SentidoA woman of the peerage in Britain.
Sinónimosaristócrata, dama
CasosLady GodivaAccording to legend she rode naked through Coventry in order to persuade her husband not to tax the townspeople so heavily
Lucrecia Borja, Lucrezia BorgiaItalian noblewoman and patron of the arts (1480-1519)
Miembro denoblezaThe peers of a kingdom considered as a group
Región deGran Bretaña, Reino, Reino Unido de Gran Bretaña e Irlanda del Norte, Reino Unido de la Gran Bretaña e Irlanda del Norte, Reino Unido, United KingdomA monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles
EspecíficobaronesaA noblewoman who holds the rank of baron or who is the wife or widow of a baron
camarera, dama de compañía, dama de honorA lady appointed to attend to a queen / queen or princess
condesafemale equivalent of a count or earl
duquesaThe wife of a duke or a woman holding ducal title / title in her own right
marquesaA noblewoman ranking below a duchess and above a countess
miladi, miladyAn English noblewoman
GeneralaristócrataA woman who is an aristocrat
Contrarioaristócrata, lord, noble, señorA titled peer of the realm
InglésLady, noblewoman, peeress
Catalánaristòcrata, dama, noble

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