[king-mey-ker] /ˈkɪŋˌmeɪ kər/
a person who has great power and influence in the choice of a ruler, candidate for public office, business leader, or the like.
a person who has control over appointments to positions of authority
also king-maker, 1590s, originally in reference to the 15c. Earl of Warwick.
noun 1. one of the marks composing a hallmark, consisting of the head of a leopard, formerly a crowned head. [mahrk] /mɑrk/ noun 1. one of the four Evangelists: traditionally believed to be the author of the second Gospel. 2. the second Gospel: to read aloud from Mark. 3. King, Arthurian Romance. ruler of Cornwall, […]
[king-uh v-ahrmz] /ˈkɪŋ əvˈɑrmz/ noun, plural kings-of-arms. 1. a title of certain of the principal heralds of England and certain other kingdoms empowered by their sovereigns to grant armorial bearings. noun (pl) kings-of-arms 1. the highest rank of heraldic officer, itself divided into the ranks of Garter, Clarenceaux, and Norroy and Ulster. In Scotland the […]
noun 1. the lion.
noun 1. a king having other kings subject to him. noun 1. Christ; Jesus. 2. God; Jehovah.