A member of the lowest order of the British nobility. The term “Baron” is not used as a form of address in Britain, barons usually being referred to as “Lord.”
A similar member of a foreign nobility
A person who held lands or property from the sovereign or a powerful overlord
An important or powerful person in a specified business or industry
a press baron
a nobleman (in various countries) of varying rank
a British peer of the lowest rank
a very wealthy or powerful businessman; "an oil baron"
Baron is a title of nobility. The word baron comes from Old French baron, itself from Old High German and Latin (liber) baro meaning "(free) man, (free) warrior"; it merged with cognate Old English '''' meaning "nobleman".
Euthalia is a genus of brush-footed butterflies. They are commonly called barons or (like some relatives in Bassarona and Dophla) dukes.
Baron (born 29 October 1979) is the artist name of Piers Baron, a UK born Los Angeles based DJ, Record Producer and Film score Composer, who has been releasing records since 2002. ...
The following is a list of people with the name Baron.
Baron is a village in Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India.
The Baron is a British television series, made in 1965/66 based on the book series by John Creasey, written under the pseudonym Anthony Morton, and produced by ITC Entertainment. It was the first ITC show without marionettes to be produced entirely in colour. ...
The Baron is an album by American country singer Johnny Cash, released on Columbia Records in 1981 (see 1981 in music). The title track was a top ten hit, and four singles in all - including "Mobile Bay", "Reverend Mr. ...
The male ruler of a barony; A male member of the lowest rank of British nobles; A particular cut of beef, made up of a double sirloin
After 1066, the tenants-in-chief who held their lands directly from the king. Gradually, a distinction between the greater and lesser barons emerged, so that by the late 13th century the greater barons began to attend Parliament under summons from the king. ...
A vassal who served as a member of the king's great council. It was not, of itself, a title, but rather a description of the Tenants-in-Chief class of nobility.
a feudal title, below earl/count in rank, originally signifying just "companion to the king", but later assuming territorial responsibilities. In England, barons are designated by writ of Parliament
A European nobleman; someone with wealth and power.
Munchhausen's adventures have also been published in Russia, where they are quite commonly known, especially the versions adapted for children.
noble of high rank, in England a tenant-in-chief, holding his lands directly from the king.
A Territorial Baron is a lord who has been chosen to serve as ceremonial head for his Barony, either by himself or with a Baroness. A Court Baron is a lord who has been given this title by the Crown.
Octopia stage name for one of Apu & Manjula's kids.
1) the lowest hereditary rank of titled nobility in certain European countries and Japan. 2) in Great Britain, peerage title ranking below that of viscount, usu. hereditary. 3) in the Middle Ages, a feudatory of specified rank holding his rights and title directly from the king. ...
In England, a large cut of beef (50 to 100 pounds, depending on the size of the animal) usually consisting of a double sirloin. A baron of beef is generally roasted only for traditional or ceremonial occasions. In France, a baron refers to the saddle and two legs of lamb or mutton.
is a German Shepherd Dog character built by Javachickn, from collaborative designs between Java and Jimmy. The name, as well as the red scarf, goggles, and black fingerless glove/spats markings allude to the German World War I flying ace, the Red Baron. Baron debuted at Further Confusion 2010. ^
The most powerful kingdom of the Blue Planet, ruled by King Cecil and Queen Rosa. Also home to both Leona and Ben.
is a mineral which enhances the metabolism of calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, and vitamin D for good bone formation. Baron stimulates estrogen production to protect against osteoporosis. Food sources include most vegetables, fruits, raisons, and nuts.