- monsignor title conferred on some prelates, 1640s, from It. monsignore "my lord," formed on model of Fr. monseigneur (see MONSEIGNEUR (Cf. monseigneur)) from equivalent elements in Italian.
Etymology dictionary. 2014.
Etymology dictionary. 2014.
Monsignor — • As early as the fourteenth century it was the custom to address persons high in rank or power with the title Monseigneur or Monsignore Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Monsignor Monsignor … Catholic encyclopedia
monsignor — [ mɔ̃siɲɔr ] ou monsignore [ mɔ̃siɲɔre ] n. m. • 1679; it. monsignore « monseigneur » ♦ Relig. cathol. Prélat, haut dignitaire de la cour papale. Des monsignors. Un monsignore, des monsignori. ⇒MONSIGNOR, MONSIGNORE, subst. masc. Prélat, haut… … Encyclopédie Universelle
Monsignor — [mō̂΄sē nyō̂r′] n. Monsignors [It, lit., my lord, MONSEIGNEUR] 1. a title given to certain dignitaries of the Roman Catholic Church 2. [often m ] a person who has this title: Also It. Monsignor [mō̂΄sē nyō̂r′] n. Monsignori [mō̂n΄sēnyō̂′rē] … English World dictionary
Monsignor — ► NOUN (pl. Monsignori) ▪ the title of various senior Roman Catholic priests and officials. ORIGIN Italian … English terms dictionary
Monsignor — For the 1982 film, see Monsignor (film). Mgr. redirects here. For the academic degree, see Magister (degree). Monsignor, pl. monsignori, is the form of address for those members of the clergy of the Catholic Church holding certain ecclesiastical… … Wikipedia
Monsignor — monsignorial /mon seen yawr ee euhl, yohr /, adj. /mon see nyeuhr/; It. /mawn see nyawrdd /, n., pl. Monsignors, It. Monsignori /mawn see nyaw rddee/. Rom. Cath. Ch. 1. a title conferred upon certain prelates. 2. a person bearing this title. Also … Universalium
Monsignor — [[t]mɒnsi͟ːnjɔː(r)[/t]] Monsignors N TITLE; N COUNT: usu sing Monsignor is the title of a priest of high rank in the Catholic Church. Monsignor Jaime Goncalves was also there... The Monsignor gave him a slow, expressionless nod … English dictionary
monsignor — A title bestowed on certain high ranking Roman Catholic priests, usually by the pope. It derives from Italian Monsignore, ‘my lord’, which sometimes causes the Italian plural Monsignori to be used rather than Monsignors. It is used as a title… … A dictionary of epithets and terms of address
Monsignor — UK [mɒnˈsiːnjə(r)] / US [mɑnˈsɪnjər] noun [countable] Word forms Monsignor : singular Monsignor plural Monsignori a way of talking to or about a priest of high rank in the Roman Catholic Church … English dictionary
monsignór — a tudi ja tudi monsinjór ja tudi a [ sinjor] m (ọ̑) rel. naslov za zaslužnega duhovnika: monsignor Zupan / kot nagovor monsignor, ali bi lahko govoril z vami / ekspr. tu in tam je videl kakega monsignora duhovnika … Slovar slovenskega knjižnega jezika