Lord, noble, noblemanadjective
a titled peer of the realm
baronial, imposing, noble, statelyadjective
impressive in appearance
"a baronial mansion"; "an imposing residence"; "a noble tree"; "severe-looking policemen sat astride noble horses"; "stately columns"
of or belonging to or constituting the hereditary aristocracy especially as derived from feudal times
"of noble birth"
having or showing or indicative of high or elevated character
"a noble spirit"; "noble deeds"
inert especially toward oxygen
"a noble gas such as helium or neon"; "noble metals include gold and silver and platinum"
An aristocrat; one of aristocratic blood.
This country house was occupied by nobles in the 16th century.
A medieval coin of England in the 14th and 15th centuries.
Having honorable qualities; having moral eminence and freedom from anything petty, mean or dubious in conduct and character
possessing eminence, elevation, dignity, etc.; above whatever is low, mean, degrading, or dishonorable; magnanimous; as, a noble nature or action; a noble heart
grand; stately; magnificent; splendid; as, a noble edifice
of exalted rank; of or pertaining to the nobility; distinguished from the masses by birth, station, or title; highborn; as, noble blood; a noble personage
a person of rank above a commoner; a nobleman; a peer
an English money of account, and, formerly, a gold coin, of the value of 6 s. 8 d. sterling, or about $1.61
a European fish; the lyrie
to make noble; to ennoble
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
nō′bl, adj. illustrious: high in rank or character: of high birth: magnificent: generous: excellent.—n. a person of exalted rank: a peer: an obsolete gold coin=6s. 8d. sterling.—n. Nō′bleman, a man who is noble or of rank: a peer: one above a commoner.—adj. Nō′ble-mind′ed, having a noble mind.—ns. Nōble-mind′edness; Nō′bleness, the quality of being noble: excellence in quality: dignity: greatness by birth or character: ingenuousness: worth; Nobless′, Noblesse′ (Spens.), nobility: greatness: the nobility collectively; Nō′blewoman, the fem. of Nobleman.—adv. Nō′bly.—Noble art, boxing; Noble metals (see Metal).—Most noble, the style of a duke. [Fr.,—L. nobilis, obs. gnobilis—noscĕre (gnoscĕre), to know.]
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
a gold coin first minted by Edward III., formerly current in the country; worth 6s. 8d., and ultimately 10s., when the value of the gold increased.
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Rank popularity for the word 'noble' in Written Corpus Frequency: #3138
Rank popularity for the word 'noble' in Adjectives Frequency: #830
The numerical value of noble in Chaldean Numerology is: 4
The numerical value of noble in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Be humble for you are made of dung. Be noble for you are made of stars.
The downgrade also reflects the uncertainty as to whether or not these factors can be improved sustainably and materially, given our expectations of a prolonged commodity downcycle, and the consequent negative sentiment impacting Noble and commodity traders in general.
The ultimate lesson to prohibition is two-fold. Watch out for solutions that end up worse than the problems they set out to solve, and remember the Constitution is no place for experiments, noble or otherwise.” – D. Duane Steward, PhD
As stewards of God's creation, we are called to make the earth a beautiful garden for the human family. When we destroy our forests, ravage our soil and pollute our seas, we betray that noble calling.
It is essential that France accentuates its support for MINUSMA (the U.N. mission), to allow it to succeed in its noble mission of maintaining peace.
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- nobleCatalan, Valencian
- ušlechtilý, šlechtic, velkomyslný, vznešenýCzech
- Adliger, adlig, edel, nobel, Adlige, adel, AristokratGerman
- αριστοκράτης, ευγενής, άριστος, αριστοκρατικόςGreek
- nobelo, noblaEsperanto
- نجیبزاده, شریفPersian
- jalo, ylväs, aatelinenFinnish
- noble, aristocrate, aristocratiqueFrench
- ealWestern Frisian
- allail, miathail, uasal, òirdheirc, flathail, mòrdhaScottish Gaelic
- נאצל, יקר רוח, אצילHebrew
- վեհ, ազնվական, վեհանձն, ազնիվArmenian
- 高貴, 貴族Japanese
- благородник, благороден, велможа, великодостојникMacedonian
- nobel, eervol, edel, aristocraat, adellijke, fatsoenlijk, adellijk, edeleDutch
- aristocrat, nobilRomanian
- аристократка, дворянка, аристократ, дворянин, благоро́дныйRussian
- plȅmīć, plȅmkinja, plemènitSerbo-Croatian
- nobel, ädel, adelsman, adelsdamSwedish
- soylu, asilTurkish
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