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Personal Titles in Several Languages

This list is borrowed from The List of Alternate Titles (as approved by the College of Arms), which was compiled for use in the Society for Creative Anachronism. I've re-labeled the columns for Théan use. Another site of possible use is International Addresses And Salutations

English
Avalon
Latin
Théan
Italian
Vodacce
French
Montaigne
Spanish
Castillian
German
Eisen
Old Norse
Vesten
Russian
Ussuran
Arabic
Crescent
King Rex Re Roi Rey König Konungr Tsar Malik / Sultan
Queen Regina Regina Reine Reina Königin Drottning Tsaritsa Malika / Sultana
Prince Princeps Principe Prince Principe Prinz --- Tsarevich Amir
Princess Princepissa Principessa Princesse Princesa Prinzessin --- Tsarevna Amira
Duke Dux Duca Duc Duque Herzog Hertogi Kniaz Mushir / Musaitir
Duchess Ducessa Duchessa Duchesse Duquesa Herzogin --- Kniaginia Mushira / Musaitira
Count Comes Conte Comte Conde Graf Jarl, Greifi Kniaz Qadi
Countess Comitessa Contessa Comtesse Condesa Gräfin Greifynja Kniaginia Qadiya
Viscount Viscomes Visconte Vicomte Visconde Landgraf --- Kniaz Naquib / Naqib
Viscountess Viscomitessa Viscontessa Vicomtesse Viscondesa Landgräfin --- Kniaginia Naquiba / Naqiba
Master Magister Maestro Maître Maestro Meister Meistari Master Mu'allim / Maulan
Mistress Magistra Maestra Maîtresse Dueña Meisterin --- Master Mu'allima / Maulana
Knight Miles Cavaliere Chevalier Caballero Ritter Riddari Rytsar Faris[a]
Sir Eques Sir Sieur Don [Doña] Sir Riddari --- ---
Baron Bâro Barone Baron Baron Barun / Freiherr Hersir Posadnik / Voevoda Shayk / Sheik
Baroness Bâronessa Baronessa Baronne Baronesa Barunin / Freiherrin --- Posadnitsa / Voevoda Shayka / Sheika
Lord Dominus Signore (Sig.) Seigneur Señor (Sr.) / Don Herr --- Pomestnik Sayyid
Lady Domina Signora (Sig.ra) Madame Señora (Sra.) / Doña Herrin / Frau --- Pomestnitsa Sayyida
Miss *   Signorita Mademoiselle Señorita (Srta.) Fräulein      

* This category isn't on the SCA list, but I've added it for those who might like the information for role-playing purposes. Where I wasn't able to find anything, it's possible that the language didn't have a specific form of address for unmarried women.

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