monseigneur

noun mon·sei·gneur \ ˌmōⁿ-ˌsān-ˈyər \

Definition of monseigneur

plural messeigneurs play \ˌmā-ˌsān-ˈyər(z)\
: a French dignitary (such as a prince or prelate) used as a title preceding a title of office or rank

Origin and Etymology of monseigneur

French, literally, my lord


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