[jen-tl-muh n-uh t-ahrmz] /ˈdʒɛn tl mən ətˈɑrmz/
noun, plural gentlemen-at-arms.
(in England) one of a guard of 40 gentlemen who attend the sovereign on state occasions.
noun (pl) gentlemen-at-arms
a member of the guard who attend the British sovereign on ceremonial and state occasions
[jen-tl-muh n-kom-uh-ner] /ˈdʒɛn tl mənˈkɒm ə nər/ noun, plural gentlemen-commoners. 1. (formerly) a member of a class of commoners enjoying special privileges at Oxford University.
[jen-tl-muh n-fahr-mer] /ˈdʒɛn tl mənˈfɑr mər/ noun, plural gentlemen-farmers. 1. a man whose wealth or income from other sources permits him to farm for pleasure rather than for basic income. 2. a man whose income from his farm has freed him from the necessity of physical labor. noun (pl) gentlemen-farmers 1. a person who engages […]
noun, Older Use. 1. a man with whom a woman is romantically involved; suitor.
[jen-tl-muh n] /ˈdʒɛn tl mən/ noun, plural gentlemen. 1. a of good family, breeding, or social position. 2. (used as a polite term) a man: Do you know that gentleman over there? 3. gentlemen, (used as a form of address): Gentlemen, please come this way. 4. a civilized, educated, sensitive, or well-mannered man: He behaved […]