noun se·nor \sān-ˈyr\
plural senors or se·ño·res \-ˈyr-(ˌ)ās\

Definition of SENOR

:  a Spanish or Spanish-speaking man —used as a title equivalent to Mr.

Variants of SENOR

se·nor or se·ñor \sān-ˈyr\

Origin of SENOR

Spanish señor, from Medieval Latin senior superior, lord, from Latin, adjective, elder
First Known Use: 1622


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