A Colonel is a non-military honorary title awarded by some U.S. Southern states. It bears no relationship with the military rank Colonel. ...more on Wikipedia about "Colonel (title)"
In military organizations, the commanding officer (CO) is the officer in command of a military unit. Typically the commanding officer has ultimate authority over the unit, and is usually given wide latitude, within the bounds of law. In this respect, Commanding Officers have significant responsibilities (for example, the use of force, finances, Geneva Conventions), duties (to higher authority, mission effectiveness, duty of care to personnel) and powers (for example, punishment of personnel to certain limits of military law.) ...more on Wikipedia about "Commanding officer"
Commissioner is a designation that may be used for a variety of official positions, especially referring to a high-ranking public (administrative or police) official, or an analagous official in the private sector (e.g. the highest executive position of many North American sports leagues). ...more on Wikipedia about "Commissioner"
In Newfoundland the Commodore-Governor was a British Royal Navy official who was commander of the annual fishing convoy which left England each spring to fish off Newfoundland and was charged with protecting the convoys from harm. He was also responsible for various administrative and judicial functions, including assisting the fishing admirals in maintaining law and order and compiling the annual report on the fishery for the English government. By 1818, the colony had a significant enough permanent population to justify having a resident governor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Commodore-Governor"
Comte d’Alton is a French “ noblesse d’eppe” title granted by Hugh Capet to a Guild Master from Altenbourg who arrived in France sometime in the late 900’s. Several holders of the title were administrators of Calais after the system of hereditary administration of townships were abolished along with feudal dues, under the Bourbons. This often leads to the title being misquoted as ‘ Comte du Calais’. This is inaccurate as there never was a Comte du Calais, owing to the long period of time when the Township was an English territory. ...more on Wikipedia about "Comte d'Alton"
Conde is a title of nobility in Spanish and Portuguese. In English, the title is count or earl. ...more on Wikipedia about "Conde"
Conte is a title of Italian nobility. In English, the title is count. The female form is contessa. In French, the title is "comte" and "comtesse". ...more on Wikipedia about "Conte"
A corporate officer or corporate executive is a manager or other similarly high-ranking officer in a corporation. Lower-ranking positions are usually not considered to be corporate officers. ...more on Wikipedia about "Corporate officer"
A councillor is a member of a council (such as a city council), particularly in the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and other parts of the Commonwealth. The US equivalent is councilman or councilwoman. ...more on Wikipedia about "Councillor"
A count is a nobleman in most European countries, equivalent in rank to a British earl, whose wife is still a "countess" (for lack of an Anglo-Saxon term). The word count comes from French comte, itself from Latin comes— in its accusative comitem— meaning "companion, bound (by oath)", and later "bound to the emperor, delegate of the emperor". ...more on Wikipedia about "Count"
A Dame may be: ...more on Wikipedia about "Dame"
Doctor means teacher in Latin. It has been used continuously as an honored academic title for over a millennium in Europe, where it dates back to the rise of the university. This use spread to the Americas, former European colonies, and is now prevalent in most of the world. As a prefix — abbreviated "Dr." — its primary designation is a person who has obtained a doctorate (that is, a doctoral degree), which is the highest rank of academic degree. Doctoral degrees may be "research doctorates," awarded on the basis of competency in research, or "taught doctorates" (also called "professional doctorates," because they are invariably awarded in professional subjects), awarded on the basis of coursework and adjunct requirements (if any) successfully completed by the conferree. ...more on Wikipedia about "Doctor (title)"
Dragoman, a word of Aramaic/ Assyrian origin (related to Arabic ترجمان tarjuman), designates the function of interpreter, translator and official guide in countries and polities of the Middle East. The status of dragomans was especially prestigious in the Ottoman Empire, where it incorporated diplomatic duties - namely, in the Porte's relation with Christian countries. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dragoman"
Drott, Drótt or Dróttin was a Scandinavian kingly and priestly title corresponding to "prince" in a wide sense. Close cognates also existed in other Germanic languages, such as Anglo-Saxon dryhtin. The Scandinavian name for Queen, drottning is derived from this title. ...more on Wikipedia about "Drott"
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Edler (Edler von), was until 1919 a title for the lower nobility in Austria-Hungary, as well as Germany. It was mostly given to civil-servants and military-officers, as well as carriers of certain orders of the second estate. The female style would be Edle (Edle von). ...more on Wikipedia about "Edler"
An elder can refer to various topics: ...more on Wikipedia about "Elder"
An elector can be: ...more on Wikipedia about "Elector"
Empress Dowager ( Chinese, Korean and Japanese: 皇太后; Chinese pinyin Húang Tài Hòu, Korean pronunciation: Hwang Tae Hu, Japanese pronunciation: Kōtaigō) was title given to the mother of a Chinese emperor. ...more on Wikipedia about "Empress Dowager"
An Executive director is the senior manager or executive officer of an organization, company or corporation. The position is comparable to a chief executive or managing director. An executive director is usually paid or remunerated for their work. ...more on Wikipedia about "Executive director"
While Executive officer literally refers to a person responsible for the performance of duties involved in running an organization, the exact meaning of the role is highly variable, depending on the organization. ...more on Wikipedia about "Executive officer"
Forms of address used in the United Kingdom are given below. ...more on Wikipedia about "Forms of Address in the United Kingdom"
A Gabbai ( Hebrew: גבאי) is a person who assists in the running of a synagogue and ensures that the Jewish prayers run smoothly that and other needs are met. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gabbai"
A Gauleiter was the party leader of a regional branch of the NSDAP (more commonly known as the Nazi Party) or the head of a Gau or of a Reichsgau. The German word Leiter means leader, whilst Gau was a region of the Reich, translating most closely to the English shire. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gauleiter"
Ge Ge was the Manchu style of an imperial-born princess of an emperor. Daughters of the first ranked princes also used the same title. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ge Ge"
Ghazw (plural ghazawāt) is an Arabic word meaning an armed incursion for the purposes of conquest, plunder, or the capture of slaves and is cognate with the terms ghāziya and maghāzī. In pre- Islamic times it signified the plundering raids organized by nomadic Bedouin warriors against either rival tribes or wealthier, sedentary neighbors. In English language literature the word often appears as razzia, deriving from the French word razzier (rezzou) which entered the language at the time of the French colonization of North Africa, and which is itself a transliteration of the colloquial Arabic word ghazya. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ghazw" The Ultimate www.shortopedia.com Machine.
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