Definition of milord in English:

milord

Line breaks: mi¦lord
Pronunciation: /mɪˈlɔːd
 
/

noun

historical or humorous
Used to address or refer to an English nobleman: the previous occupant had been evicted to make way for the English milord and his lady
More example sentences
  • ‘Thank you, milord.’ she said, bowing her head with gratefulness
  • I only listen to milord and milord's wife, Queen Emerald.
  • Unless, milord Dunstan, this is the conclusion to some strange Northern ritual, and you wish to ask me something…?

Origin

early 17th century: via French from English my lord; compare with milady.

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