Difference between revisions of "Czech alternate titles"

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<td>[[Mistress]]</td>
 
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<td>[[Lord]]</td>
 
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<td>[[Lady]]</td>
 
<td>[[Lady]]</td>
<td>D&aacute;ma</td>
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Revision as of 17:34, 3 July 2007

In the SCA, people with a persona from Bohemia or Moravia may wish to use one of the following alternate titles.

SCA Czech
King Kral
Queen Kralovna
Prince Knize/Princ
Princess Knezna/Princezna
Duke Vévoda
Duchess Vévodkyn
Count Hrab
Countess Hrab nka
Viscount Vikomt
Viscountess Vikomta
Master Pán
Mistress Páni
Knight Ryti
Sir Lord
Baron Baron
Baroness Baronka
Lord Lord/Pán
Lady Dáma/Páni