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Definition of Gentlefolk

Gentlefolk
Gentlefolk Gen"tle*folk`, Gentlefolks Gen"tle*folks`, n. pl. Persons of gentle or good family and breeding. [Generally in the United States in the plural form.] --Shak.

Meaning of Gentlefolk from wikipedia

- Alan Moore gave the title of the work as "The League of Extraordinary Gentlefolk". Moore changed the name to Gentlemen to better reflect the Victorian...
- pronounced [dvɐˈrʲanskʲɪɪ ɡnʲɪˈzdo]), also translated as A Nest of the Gentlefolk, A Nest of the Gentry and Liza , is a novel by Ivan Turgenev published...
- The Inquisition. Carlos Javier creates a "school for the children of gentlefolk" to serve as a safe haven and training ground. Marvel 2099 – Set in a...
- Finn Care, established by Elizabeth Anne Finn in 1897 as the Distressed Gentlefolk's Aid ****ociation, is a British charity providing help and ****istance...
- 'gentleman', 'well-mannered person') is Bengali for the new class of 'gentlefolk' who arose during British rule in India (approximately 1757 to 1947) in...
- Gentry (Дворянское гнездо), also translated as A Nest of Gentlefolk, A House of Gentlefolk and Liza 1860 – On the Eve (Накануне) 1862 – Fathers and Sons...
- Scots word nae. In the sitcom Whack-O, Chiselbury School for the Sons of Gentlefolk had "They shall not p****" as its school motto. The song Fields Of Verdun...
- priesthood, and song schools (choir schools) that trained the 'sons of gentlefolk' to sing in cathedral choirs. In the case of Canterbury (597) and Rochester...
- between 1846 and 1863. She and her daughter co-founded the Distressed Gentlefolk's Aid ****ociation, the predecessor of Elizabeth Finn Care. Elizabeth McCaul...
- remained a private hunting ground until James I permitted limited access to gentlefolk, appointing a ranger to take charge. Charles I created the Ring (north...