Definitions for "Baron"
A title or degree of nobility; originally, the possessor of a fief, who had feudal tenants under him; in modern times, in France and Germany, a nobleman next in rank below a count; in England, a nobleman of the lowest grade in the House of Lords, being next below a viscount.
In the 1800s the baron was the lowest of the five ranks of the peerage.
After 1066, the tenants-in-chief who held their lands directly from the king. Gradually, a distinction between the greater and lesser barons emerged, so that by the late 13th century the greater barons began to attend Parliament under summons from the king. The first use of the style ‘baron' in an individual's name came in 1387. The Baron ranks in precedence below a count, carrying the title ‘ your excellency.' In the SCA, a Baron is a regional lord responsible for a unit, generally a city. ‘Landed' barons are thus attached to a city, responsible for the administration and maintenance of those lands. 'Court' barons have no such land, and are granted the title as a courtesy grant, usually for service to the Crown or kingdom.
The titular ruler of a Barony. Barons are addressed as "Your Excellency", and wear a coronet with 4 diadems
a ruler of a small part of the country
a title bestowed by various rulers or governments of Europe
The two legs and saddle cooked as a unit.
A single roast consisting of the leg and loin of a lamb or mutton, or a double baron of both legs and loins
hindquarters of lamb, including both legs.
(1) an early scientific British system;(2) a club response to a notrump opening that institutes up-the-line bidding of four-card suits by both partners;(3) a bid one step below five (or six) of the agreed suit, asking partner to bid six (or seven) with strong trumps;(4) a response of two notrump to an opening suit one-bid to show a balanced hand with (originally) 16-18 points, or (more modernly) 16-17 points; sometimes played as 16-plus points with no upper limit.
Baron is British drum and bass producer Piers Bailey who has been releasing records since 2001.
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Keywords:  feme, wife, husband
A husband; as, baron and feme, husband and wife.
a very wealthy or powerful businessman; "an oil baron"
A narrow strip of, for example, carrot, turnip, or other firm vegetable.