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Online Etymology noble (n.) "man of rank," c. 1300, from noble (adj.). noble [...]


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Online Etymology

noble (n.)

"man of rank," c. 1300, from noble (adj.).

noble (adj.)

c. 1200, "illustrious, distinguished; worthy of honor or respect," from Old French noble "of noble bearing or birth,"

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