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Lee-Z 12-23-2013 05:55 PM

Titles in different languages
 
Hey guys, i'm very interested in different languages (although i know only very few) and i couldn't find a thread for this:

What are the names of titles in your language, for instance king/queen and emporer/empress
These i know (i think)

UK: King/Queen
French: Roi/Reine
German: König/ Königin
Dutch: Koning/Koningin

UK: Emporer/Empress
German: Kaiser/Kaiserin
Dutch: Keizer/Keizerin

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An Ard Ri 12-23-2013 06:35 PM

Irish

King :Rí
Queen :Ríon
Prince: Prionsa
Princess : banphrionsa
Tiarna:Lord

Lenora 12-23-2013 07:34 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by An Ard Ri (Post 1628082)
Irish

King :Rí
Queen :Ríon
Prince: Prionsa
Princess : banphrionsa
Tiarna:Lord

Interesting information.
Is " Rion" pronounced like " Ryan"?

Archduchess Zelia 12-23-2013 07:34 PM

Danish:
King/Queen: Konge/Dronning
Crown Prince/Crown Princess: Kronprins/Kronprinsesse
Prince/Princess: Prins/Prinsesse

Emperor/Empress: Kejser/Kejserinde
Grand Duke/Grand Duchess: Storfyrst/Storfyrstinde

Duke/Duchess: Hertug/Hertuginde
Count/Countess: Greve/Grevinde or Komtesse
Earl: Jarl
Marquess/Marchioness: Markgreve or Markis/Markgrevinde

Lenora 12-23-2013 07:43 PM

Russian

King/Queen: Tsar/Tsaritsa
Heir Apparent: Tsesarevich

Crown Prince/Crown Princess: Tsarevich
Prince/Princess: Tsarevna

Grand Duke/Grand Duchess: Veliky Knyaz/Knyaginya


Count/Countess: Graf/Grafinya

Noble man (woman):Boyarin /Boyarynea

SoleS 12-23-2013 07:58 PM

Spanish:
Emperor/Empress: Emperador/Emperatriz
King/Queen: Rey/Reina
Crown Prince/Crown Princess: Príncipe Coronado/Princesa Coronada
Grand Duke/Grand Duchess: Gran Duque/Gran Duquesa
Duke/Duchess: Duque/Duquesa
Prince/Princess: Príncipe/Princesa
Marquess/Marchioness: Marquez/ Marquesa
Earl/Countess: Conde/Condesa
Vicount/Vicountesse: Visconde/Viscondesa
Baron/Baroness: Baron/Baronesa
Lord/Lady: Señor/Señora

julliette 12-23-2013 08:10 PM

Portuguese

Emperor/Empress: Imperador/Imperatriz
King/Queen: Rei/Rainha
Crown Prince/Crown Princess: Príncipe Herdeiro (Herdeiro=heir)/Princesa Herdeira
Grand Duke/Grand Duchess: Grão Duque/ Grã-Duquesa
Duke/Duchess: Duque/Duquesa
Prince/Princess: Príncipe/Princesa
Marquess/Marchioness: Marquês/Marquesa
Earl/Countes: Conde/Condessa
Baron/Baroness: Barão/Baronesa

Lee-Z 12-24-2013 06:27 AM

Awesome :)

I'll add the dutch ones for the ones i didn't mention earlier:
Emperor/Empress: Keizer/Keizerin
King/Queen: Koning/Koningin
Crown Prince/Crown Princess: Kroonprins/Kroonprinses
Grand Duke/Grand Duchess: Groothertog/Groothertogin
Duke/Duchess: Hertog/Hertogin
Prince/Princess: Prins/Prinses
Marquess/Marchioness: Markies/Markiezin
Earl/Countes: Graaf/Gravin
Baron/Baroness: Baron/Barones

Ophidia 12-24-2013 06:43 AM

Serbian:

King/Queen: Kralj/Kraljica
Crown Prince/Crown Princess: Princ prestolonaslednik/Princeza prestolonaslednica
Prince/Princess: Princ/Princeza or Knez/Kneginja
Emperor/Empress: Car/Carica
Grand Duke/Grand Duchess: Veliki vojvoda/Velika vojvotkinja
Duke/Duchess: Vojvoda/Vojvotkinja
Count/Countess: Grof/Grofica

Lee-Z 12-24-2013 06:52 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lenora (Post 1628096)
Russian

King/Queen: Tsar/Tsaritsa
Heir Apparent: Tsesarevich
Crown Prince/Crown Princess: Tsarevich
Prince/Princess: Tsarevna
Grand Duke/Grand Duchess: Veliky Knyaz/Knyaginya
Count/Countess: Graf/Grafinya
Noble man (woman):Boyarin /Boyarynea

Is there in russian a separate word for 'Emporer' or is the word Tsar used there too? (always wondered)

Elektra 12-24-2013 07:19 AM

French:

Emperor/Empress: Empereur/Impératrice
King/Queen: Roi/Reine
Crown Prince/Crown Princess: Dauphin/Dauphine
Grand Duke/Grand Duchess: Grand-Duc/Grande-Duchesse
Archduke/Archduchess : Archiduc/Archiduchesse
Duke/Duchess: Duc/Duchesse
Prince/Princess: Prince/Princesse
Marquess/Marchioness: Marquis/Marquise
Earl/Countess: Comte/Comtesse
Vicount/Vicountesse: Vicomte/Vicomtesse
Baron/Baroness: Baron/Baronne
Noble man/Noble woman: Monseigneur/Madame

Spheno 12-24-2013 08:37 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lee-Z (Post 1628150)
Is there in russian a separate word for 'Emporer' or is the word Tsar used there too? (always wondered)

Tsar is Tsar
King is Korol'
Emperor is Emperator
Russian language has more words for different titles than English

Baron Brockdorf 12-24-2013 08:42 AM

In Maltese:
Tsae/Tsarina: Żar/Żarina
Emperor/Empress: Emperatur/Emperatriċi
King/Queen: Re/Reġina
Crown Prince/Crown Princess: Prinċep Ikkurunat/Prinċipessa Ikkurunata
Prince/Princess: Prinċep/Prinċipessa
Grand Duke/Grand Duchess: Gran-Duka/Gran-Dukessa
Archduke/Archduchesse: Arċ-Duka/Arċ-Dukessa
Duke/Duchess: Duka/Dukessa
Marquess/Marchioness: Markiże/Markeża
Count/Countess: Konti/Kontessa
Viscount/Viscountess: Vi-Konti/Vi-Kontessa
Baron/Baroness: Baruni/Barunessa
Lord/Lady: Sinjur/Sinjura
His/Her Imperial Majesty: Il-Majjesta Imperjali Tiegħu/Tagħha
His/Her Majesty: Il-Majjesta Tiegħu/Tagħha
His/Her Royal Highness: L-Altezza Rjali Tiegħu/Tagħha
His/Her Serene Highness: L-Altezza Sirina Tiegħu/Tagħha
His/Her Highness: L-Altezza Tiegħu/Tagħha
His/Her Grace: Il-Grazzja Tiegħu/Tagħha
His/Her Excellency: L-Eċellenza Tiegħu/Tagħha

An Ard Ri 12-24-2013 01:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Lenora (Post 1628093)
Interesting information.
Is " Rion" pronounced like " Ryan"?

Yes,the surname O'Ryan means 'of the Queen'

CyrilVladisla 03-23-2014 08:54 PM

Hungarian:

King/Queen: kiraly/dama
Prince: fejedelem, herceg
Princess: hercegne, hercegno


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