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One entry found for senor.
Main Entry: se·nor
Variant(s): or se·ñor /samacrn-primarystressyodot(schwa)r/
Function: noun
Inflected Form(s): plural senors or se·ño·res /-primarystressyomacr(schwa)r-amacrs, -primarystressyodot(schwa)r-/
Etymology: from Spanish señor "man, gentleman," from Latin senior "superior, lord," from earlier senior (adjective) "elder, older," from sen-, senex "old" --related to SENIOR
: a Spanish or Spanish-speaking man -- used as a title equivalent to Mr.

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