[lawrd-ship] /ˈlɔrd ʃɪp/
(often initial capital letter) a term of respect used when speaking of or to certain noblemen (usually preceded by his or your).
the state or dignity of a .
the authority or power of a lord.
the domain of a lord.
British. (often initial capital letter) a term of respect used when speaking of or to judges (usually preceded by his or your).
the position or authority of a lord
(Brit) preceded by Your or His. a title used to address or refer to a bishop, a judge of the high court, or any peer except a duke
c.1300, from Old English hlafordscipe “authority, rule” (translating Latin dominatio); see lord (n.) + -ship.
[hiz-uh n] /ˈhɪz ən/ pronoun, Nonstandard. 1. (def 2).
[hi-spey-nee-uh, -speyn-yuh] /hɪˈspeɪ ni ə, -ˈspeɪn yə/ noun, Latin. 1. . /hɪˈspænɪə/ noun 1. the Iberian peninsula in the Roman world Latin name for the Iberian peninsula, literally “country of the Spaniards;” see Hispanic.
[hi-span-ik] /hɪˈspæn ɪk/ adjective 1. . 2. Latin American: the United States and its Hispanic neighbors. noun 3. Also, Hispano. Also called Hispanic American. Also called Hispano-American. an American citizen or resident of or Latin-American descent. /hɪˈspænɪk/ adjective 1. relating to, characteristic of, or derived from Spain or Spanish-speaking countries noun 2. (US) a person […]
[hi-span-uh-siz-uh m] /hɪˈspæn əˌsɪz əm/ noun 1. an idiom peculiar to Spanish. /hɪˈspænɪˌsɪzəm/ noun 1. a word or expression borrowed from Spanish or modelled on the form of a Spanish word or expression