sir


sir
(Voz inglesa.)
sustantivo masculino Tratamiento honorífico empleado por los británicos.

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sir (ingl.; pronunc. [ser]) m. *Tratamiento de respeto usado en Inglaterra delante de un nombre de hombre o para dirigirse a la persona de que se trata, de palabra o por escrito.

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masculino Tratamiento aplicado al caballero británico.

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(as used in expressions)
Abbot, Sir John (Joseph Caldwell)
Alma Tadema, Sir Lawrence
Amis, Sir Kingsley (William)
Ashton, Sir Frederick (William Mallandaine)
Attenborough, Sir David (Frederick)
Ayer, Sir A(lfred) J(ules)
Bannister, Sir Roger (Gilbert)
Barrie, Sir James (Matthew)
Bartlett, Sir Frederic C(harles)
Barton, Sir Derek H(arold) R(ichard)
Bax, Sir Arnold (Edward Trevor)
Beaton, Sir Cecil (Walter Hardy)
Beerbohm, Sir (Henry) Max(imilian)
Birtwistle, Sir Harrison (Paul)
Black, Sir James (Whyte)
Bliss, Sir Arthur (Edward Drummond)
Borden, Sir Frederick (William)
Borden, Sir Robert (Laird)
Bragg, Sir William (Henry)
Brook, Sir Peter (Stephen Paul)
Brunel, Sir Marc (Isambard)
Bulwer, Sir (William) Henry Lytton (Earle)
Burne Jones, Sir Edward (Coley)
Burnet, Sir (Frank) Macfarlane
Burt, Sir Cyril (Lodowic)
Burton, Sir Richard (Francis)
Casement, Sir Roger (David)
Chamberlain, Sir (Joseph) Austen
Sir Charles Spencer Chaplin
Churchill, Sir Winston (Leonard Spencer)
Cockburn, Sir Alexander (James Edmund), 10° baronet
Coward, Sir Noë l (Peirce)
Craig, Sir James (Henry)
Cripps, Sir (Richard) Stafford
Crowe, Sir Eyre (Alexander Barby Wichart)
Cunard, Sir Samuel, 1 baronet
Davis, Sir Colin (Rex)
Dilke, Sir Charles Wentworth, 2 baronet
Douglas Home, Sir Alec
Dummett, Sir Michael A(nthony) E(ardley)
Elgar, Sir Edward (William)
Evans, Sir Arthur (John)
Evans Pritchard, Sir E(dward) E(van)
Fisher, Sir R(onald) A(ylmer)
Frost, Sir David (Paradine)
Gielgud, Sir (Arthur) John
Gilbert, Sir W(illiam) S(chwenck)
Golding, Sir William (Gerald)
Grenfell, Sir Wilfred (Thomason)
Grey, Sir Edward, 3 baronet
Guinness, (de Cuffe), Sir Alec
Guthrie, Sir (William) Tyrone
Haggard, Sir H(enry) Rider
Haley, Sir William (John)
Hall, Sir Peter (Reginald Frederick)
Harris, Sir Arthur Travers, 1 baronet
Heath, Sir Edward (Richard George)
Helpmann, Sir Robert (Murray)
Hicks, Sir John R(ichard)
Hillary, Sir Edmund (Percival)
Hoare, Sir Samuel (John Gurney), 2 baronet
Huxley, Sir Julian (Sorell)
Jeans, Sir James (Hopwood)
John, Sir Elton (Hercules)
Johnson, Sir William, 1 baronet

Enciclopedia Universal. 2012.

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