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'''Sir''' is the [[title]] or [[honorific]] used to identify [[Knight]]s, both [[mundane]]ly and within the [[SCA]].
 
'''Sir''' is the [[title]] or [[honorific]] used to identify [[Knight]]s, both [[mundane]]ly and within the [[SCA]].
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It is also used for other mundane [[rank]]s like a [[baronet]] in [[Britain]].
  
 
==Alternate Titles==
 
==Alternate Titles==
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   <td>[[Estonian]]</td>
 
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   <td>S��r</td>
 
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   <td>[[Greek]]</td>
 
   <td>[[Greek]]</td>
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   <td>Hipp�tes / K�rios</td>
 
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   <td>[[Hungarian]]</td>
 
   <td>[[Hungarian]]</td>
   <td>[Uram]</td>
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   <td>�r [Uram]</td>
 
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   <td>[[Spanish]]</td>
 
   <td>[[Spanish]]</td>
   <td>Don ()</td>
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   <td>Don (Do�a)</td>
 
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   <td>[[Turkish]]</td>
 
   <td>[[Turkish]]</td>
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   <td>S�r</td>
 
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Latest revision as of 15:53, 16 May 2008

Sir is the title or honorific used to identify Knights, both mundanely and within the SCA.

It is also used for other mundane ranks like a baronet in Britain.

Alternate Titles

The SCA recognises the following alternate titles in other languages as the equivalent to Sir:

Language Alternate Form
Albanian Zotni
Arabic ---
Catalan Senyor
Czech Lord
Danish Herre
Dutch Mijnheer
Estonian S��r
Finnish Ritari
French Sieur
German Sir
Greek Hipp�tes / K�rios
Hebrew Sair[ah]
Hungarian �r [Uram]
Icelandic Herra
Irish Gaelic Sior / An ridire
Italian Sir
Latin Eques
Middle Norwegian Herre
Old English ---
Old Norse Riddari
Polish Pan[i]
Portuguese Cavaleiro
Romanian Domnule
Russian ---
Scots Gaelic a Shir / Shair
Spanish Don (Do�a)
Swedish Herr
Turkish S�r
Welsh Syr