senor

noun
se·nor | \sān-ˈyȯr \
variants: or señor
plural senors or señores\sān-ˈyȯr-(ˌ)ās \

Definition of senor 

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

First Known Use of senor

1622, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for senor

Spanish señor, from Medieval Latin senior superior, lord, from Latin, adjective, elder

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