an overlordship of the Western Isles of Scotland and adjacent lands instituted in 1266 when Magnus of Norway ceded the Hebrides, the Isle of Man, and Kintyre to the King of Scotland, and claimed by the chiefs of Clan Dougall and later by those of Clan Donald. The title was forfeited to James IV in 1493 and is now held by the eldest son of the sovereign
noun, plural Lords Spiritual. 1. a bishop or archbishop belonging to the House of Lords.
noun, plural Lords Temporal. 1. a member of the House of Lords who is not a member of the clergy.
/ˈlɔːdɪ/ interjection 1. (mainly US & Canadian) an exclamation of surprise or dismay interj. 1832, in imitation of U.S. black speech; extended form of Lord as an interjection.
[lawr, lohr] /lɔr, loʊr/ noun 1. the body of knowledge, especially of a traditional, anecdotal, or popular nature, on a particular subject: the lore of herbs. 2. learning, knowledge, or erudition. 3. Archaic. [lawr, lohr] /lɔr, loʊr/ noun, Zoology. 1. the space between the eye and the bill of a bird, or a corresponding space […]