What is another word for signore?

35 synonyms found


[ sɪnjˈɔː], [ sɪnjˈɔː], [ s_ɪ_n_j_ˈɔː]

Signore is an Italian term commonly used in addressing a gentleman or a man of status. However, there are several synonyms for the word signore with the same meaning in other languages. In Spanish language, one can use señor, which translates to "sir" or "mister". In French, monsieur is the equivalent of signore, while in Portuguese, senhor is used to address a gentleman. In German, Herr can also be used as a synonym for signore. Other synonyms for signore in English include "sir", "mister", "lord", and "gentleman". These words have different origins, but they all refer to a man of importance or respect.

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Usage examples for Signore

But I have no time to sit down, signore!
"A Fearful Responsibility and Other Stories"
William D. Howells
She put her head in the lion's mouth there, for the Frau immediately said she would play all night rather than lose a note of signore Carissimi.
"Somehow Good"
William de Morgan
From leaf 14b of the Meditatione sopra la Passione del Nostro signore attributed to S. Bonaventura.
"Fine Books"
Alfred W. Pollard

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