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Baron of the Cinque Ports
Cinque Ports Cinque" Ports` [Cinque + port.] (Eng. Hist.) Five English ports, to which peculiar privileges were anciently accorded; -- viz., Hastings, Romney, Hythe, Dover, and Sandwich; afterwards increased by the addition of Winchelsea, Rye, and some minor places. Baron of the Cinque Ports. See under Baron.
Baronage
Baronage Bar"on*age, n. [OE. barnage, baronage, OF. barnage, F. baronnage; cf. LL. baronagium.] 1. The whole body of barons or peers. The baronage of the kingdom. --Bp. Burnet. 2. The dignity or rank of a baron. 3. The land which gives title to a baron. [Obs.]
Baronetage
Baronetage Bar"on*et*age, n. 1. State or rank of a baronet. 2. The collective body of baronets.
Baronetcy
Baronetcy Bar"on*et*cy, n. The rank or patent of a baronet.
Barong
Barong Ba*rong", n. [Native name.] A kind of cutting weapon with a thick back and thin razorlike edge, used by the Moros of the Philippine Islands.
Baronial
Baronial Ba*ro"ni*al, a. Pertaining to a baron or a barony. ``Baronial tenure.' --Hallam.
Baronies
Barony Bar"o*ny, n.; pl. Baronies. [OF. baronie, F. baronnie, LL. baronia. See Baron.] 1. The fee or domain of a baron; the lordship, dignity, or rank of a baron. 2. In Ireland, a territorial division, corresponding nearly to the English hundred, and supposed to have been originally the district of a native chief. There are 252 of these baronies. In Scotland, an extensive freehold. It may be held by a commoner. --Brande & C.
Barony
Barony Bar"o*ny, n.; pl. Baronies. [OF. baronie, F. baronnie, LL. baronia. See Baron.] 1. The fee or domain of a baron; the lordship, dignity, or rank of a baron. 2. In Ireland, a territorial division, corresponding nearly to the English hundred, and supposed to have been originally the district of a native chief. There are 252 of these baronies. In Scotland, an extensive freehold. It may be held by a commoner. --Brande & C.
Chief baron
Chief baron Chief" bar"on (Eng. Law) The presiding judge of the court of exchequer.
Covert baron
Covert baron Cov"ert bar`on (b?r`?n). (Law) Under the protection of a husband; married. --Burrill.

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