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English German
[with full title (of a person)]pleno titulo <P. T. / p. t.> [bes. österr.] [veraltet]
titled {adj} {past-p} [under the title]übergetitelt [ugs.] [hum.]
Verbs
to confer sth. [compensation, award, title]
187
etw. zuerkennen [Entschädigung, Preis, Titel]
to style sb. [use sb.'s title]
10
jdn. betiteln
to entitle sth. [to give a name or title to]
5
etw.Akk. titeln [seltener: betiteln] [mit einem Titel versehen]
to renunciate sth. [to formally reject sth. (title, right, violence)]auf etw.Akk. verzichten [etw. förmlich zurückweisen]
Nouns
successor [esp. one who succeeds to a throne, title, estate, or office]
5396
Nachfolger {m} <Nchf., Nachf., Nf.> [jd., der jemandes Nachfolge antritt]
count [title of nobility]
348
Graf {m} [Adelstitel]
claim [title, right]
210
Anrecht {n}
econ. law style [recognized title]
28
Titel {m}
educ. fellow [academic title]
16
Fellow {m}
jobs pol. burgomaster [title given to chief magistrates in some Dutch, Flemish, German or Austrian towns]
15
Bürgermeister {m} [einer deutschsprachigen, flämischen oder niederländischen Stadt]
bibl. majesty [esp. as title]
15
Hoheit {f} [bes. als Titel]
marquess [British title]
12
Marquess {m} [britischer Adelstitel]
earldom [title]
8
Grafentitel {m} [in Großbritannien]
Serenity [as title]
6
Serenissimus {m} [veraltet]
achievement [of rank, title, honors, etc.]
5
Erlangung {f} [von Rang, Titel, Würde etc.]
[Austrian honorary title, roughly translatable as 'Councillor of Commerce']Kommerzialrat {m}
[Austrian or former German honorary title awarded to a deserving agriculturist]Ökonomierat {m} [Österr. Titel für einen verdienten Landwirt; bis 1918 auch in Deutschland]
lit. [common title for the first draft of Goethe's "Faust"]Urfaust {m} [Goethe]
mil. [derogatory acronym for "Greatest Field Commander of all Time", a title initially publicized by Nazi propaganda to refer to Adolf Hitler during the early years of WWII]GröFaZ {m} [ugs.] [auch: Gröfaz] [abfälliges Kürzel für "Größter Feldherr aller Zeiten", Nazi-Propaganda-Bezeichnung für Adolf Hitler aus den Anfangsjahren des 2. WK]
hist. [German honorary title, roughly translatable as 'Councillor of Commerce']Kommerzienrat {m}
[German, Austrian and former Italian title, roughly translatable as 'Medical Consultant']Sanitätsrat {m}
theatre [honorary or professional title for actors in Austria]Kammerschauspieler {m} <Ksch.>
mus. [honorary title for a distinguished instrumentalist in Austria and Germany]Kammermusiker {m}
dance [honorary title for a distinguished male ballet dancer in Germany]Kammertänzer {m}
[honorary title for a teacher in Austria]Studienrat {m} <StR> [österr.] [nur Ehrentitel]
mus. [honorary title for a very distinguished instrumentalist]Kammervirtuose {m}
[honorary title for civil servants, teachers etc.]Hofrat {m} [österr.]
mus. [honorary title for female singers in Germany and Austria]Kammersängerin {f} <Ks.>
[honorary title in Austria]Professor {m} [österr.] [Ehrentitel]
educ. [inofficial title and address for a grammar school teacher in Austria]Professor {m} [österr. auch für: Gymnasiallehrer]
agr. hist. jobs [Nazi title for leader of German farmers. Literally: Reich Farmers Leader]Reichsbauernführer {m}
[title awarded by municipal or national authorities to outstanding male singers]Kammersänger {m}
jobs [title of a senior civil servant]Oberamtsrat {m}
hist. sports [title of German national coach (several sports) from 1918 to 1945]Reichstrainer {m} [Bezeichnung deutscher Nationaltrainer (verschiedene Sportarten) 1918 bis 1945]
relig. [Title of honour in the Roman Catholic Church and other churches]Geistlicher Rat {m}
[title of the vice chancellor / rector of a university]Magnifizenz {f}
educ. relig. [unofficial title used by a theologian in German speaking regions after completion of the first (theoretical) examination]Kandidat {m} der Theologie <cand. theol.> [deutschspr. Raum]
hist. atabeg [also atabek] [hereditary title of nobility of Turkic origin]Atabeg {m}
hist. atabey [atabeg] [hereditary title of nobility of Turkic origin]Atabey {m}
hist. ban [title]Banus {m}
bey [as a title, often capitalized]Bey {m}
Fräulein [German title for an unmarried young woman, equivalent to Miss] [dated]Fräulein {n} [veraltet]
Goodman [courtesy title before the surname of a commoner] [archaic][Ehem. höfliche Anrede für einen Bürgerlichen, dt. etwa: Meister, Gevatter, Nachbar, Freund]
sports grandmaster [(honorary) title for senior or experienced martial artists]Großmeister {m} [Titel / Ehrentitel für ältere oder erfahrene Kampfkünstler]
relig. Imam [title]Imam {m}
hist. infanta [as a title also: Infanta]Infantin {f}
journ. journal [in a title]-blatt {n}
Lady [title]Lady {f}
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