Seigneur (French: "lord") may refer to:

  • The possessor of a seigneurie (fiefdom) in medieval feudal or manorial systems.
  • The Seigneurial system of New France
  • The hereditary feudal ruler of the island of Sark, see also List of Seigneurs of Sark
  • The word shares the same provenance as the Italian 'Signore', Portuguese 'Senhor' and Spanish 'Señor', which in addition to meaning 'Mr' is used to signify a feudal lord.

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Politics Of Sark - Politics - Seigneur
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The Song Of Roland (film) - Cast
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La Nativité Du Seigneur
... La Nativité du Seigneur (The Nativity of the Lord or The Birth of the Saviour) is a work for organ, written by the French composer Olivier Messiaen in 1935 ... La Nativité du Seigneur is a testament to Messiaen's Christian faith, being divided into nine "meditations" inspired by the birth of Jesus ...