His/Your

His/Your
chiefly historical a title or form of address for a monarch or other distinguished person.
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His/Your
a form of address to a judge, bishop, or titled man.
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His/Your
a title given to a person of royal rank, or used in addressing them.

English new terms dictionary. 2014.

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