List of titles

Titles and ranks, military and royalty, business too.

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Kis forKing

A king is the male ruler of a country or empire. Kings and queens are born or married into their positions, not voted in by the people. You cannot choose to become a king.
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Kis forKnight

Knights were "gentleman soldiers", a kind of noble warrior who lived a long time ago in Europe. They wore plate armour, carried a sword, and rode a horse.
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Lis forLord

A Lord is a man of high rank such as a king, a magnate or the owner of a manor. You cannot choose to become a Lord, you are born to it.

Nis forName

A name is a word, or group of words, that someone or something is known by. Things that are named include people, pets, streets and cities.

Pis forPrince

A prince is the son of a king or queen. You can also become a prince by marrying a princess.
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Pis forPrincess

A princess is the daughter of a king or queen. You can also become a princess by marrying a prince.
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Qis forQueen

A Queen is the female ruler of a country or empire. You can become a Queen either by marrying a King or by being born into the position, not by being voted in by the people. You cannot choose to become a Queen. A man cannot become a King by marrying a Queen, he simply becomes a Queen's consort, and a woman who has become Queen by marriage stops being a Queen when her husband dies.

Sis forSheik

Sheik is an Arabic word used to describe a male leader. Sheik can be used to describe the leader of a government, community, or family. Sheik is also commonly spelled sheikh.