[mey-er-uh l-tee, mair-uh l-] /ˈmeɪ ər əl ti, ˈmɛər əl-/
noun, plural mayoralties.
the office or tenure of a mayor.
noun (pl) -ties
the office or term of office of a mayor
late 14c., mairaltee “office of a mayor” (mid-15c. as “tenure of a mayor”), from Middle French mairalté, from maire (see mayor) + -alte, as in principalte, reformed in English as -alty.
[mey-er-is, mair-is] /ˈmeɪ ər ɪs, ˈmɛər ɪs/ noun 1. a woman who is the chief executive official of a city, village, or town. 2. the wife of a mayor. /ˈmɛərɪs/ noun 1. (mainly Brit) the wife of a mayor 2. a female mayor
[kas-ter-brij] /ˈkæs tərˌbrɪdʒ/ noun 1. a novel (1886) by Thomas Hardy.
noun 1. one of a line of hereditary administrative lieutenants to the Merovingian kings who eventually took over royal function and title in the Frankish kingdoms; a palatine.
[mey-er, mair] /ˈmeɪ ər, mɛər/ noun 1. the chief executive official, usually elected, of a city, village, or town. 2. the chief magistrate of a city or borough. /mɛə/ noun 1. the chairman and civic head of a municipal corporation in many countries Scottish equivalent provost n. late 15c., from mayor + -ship. n. c.1300, […]