Search results for mister

We have found multiple words mister. Choose the one you are looking for and click on the link in its Dictionary entry column to see its detailed etymology.

Dictionary entry Language Definition
mister English (Noun Verb) A title conferred on an adult male, usually when the name is unknown. Also (often parent to young child) referring to a man whose name is unknown.. Said in a disapproving tone, a title referring [...]A title conferred on an adult male, usually when the name is unknown. Also (often parent to young child) referring to a man whose name is unknown.. Said in a disapproving tone, a title referring [...]
mister English (Noun Verb) (now, _, rare, dialectal) A kind, type of.. (obsolete) Necessity; the necessary time.. (obsolete) Need (of something).. (obsolete) Someone's business or function; an occupation, employment, [...](now, _, rare, dialectal) A kind, type of.. (obsolete) Necessity; the necessary time.. (obsolete) Need (of something).. (obsolete) Someone's business or function; an occupation, employment, [...]

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