Definition of Nobilitation. Meaning of Nobilitation. Synonyms of Nobilitation

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Definition of Nobilitation

Nobilitation
Nobilitation No*bil`i*ta"tion, n. [Cf. OF. nobilitation.] The act of making noble. [Obs.] --Dr. H. More.

Meaning of Nobilitation from wikipedia

- Ennoblement is the conferring of nobility—the induction of an individual into the noble class. Currently only a few kingdoms still grant nobility to people;...
- ennoblement, ignoble, ignorant, ignoscible, incognito, nobiliary, nobilitate, nobilitation, nobility, noble, note, notice, noticeable, notion, notional, notionality...
- with his brother Pancraz on the outskirts of the Diet of Speyer the nobilitation of his family. Pankraz von Lorber (1544–1587) – Servant of Archduke Charles...
- Szukiewicz Wojciech Szukiewicz Władysław Starewicz Zygmunt Pacanowski Nobilitation of the House of Odrowąż, Liber Genesos ilustris Familiae Shidlovicae...
- Skartabellat (lat. scartabellat) was a specific form of nobilitation in Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth. Introduced by pacta conventa of 1669, ennoblement...
- ennoblement, ignoble, ignorant, ignoscible, incognito, nobiliary, nobilitate, nobilitation, nobility, noble, note, notice, noticeable, notion, notional, notionality...
- battlefield often led to attaining noble-knightly status or immediate nobilitation. To deliver a powerful blow in Arthurian literature almost always certifies...
- Duke and King Sigismund Augustus and elder of Stakliškės. After his nobilitation to the szlachta, Rotundus adopted surname Mieleski, or Milewski. Rotundus...
- Sayn-Wittgenstein without her losing her privileges, so he solicited the nobilitation which was conceded by the emperor in recognition of his services to Austria...
- intermarriage between Cossacks, Ruthenian and other nobilities, and by nobilitation by reaching high positions in both Hetmanate state and Russia, Cossacks...