1. The son of a lord; a person of noble lineage.
2. A little lord; a lordling; a lord, in contempt or ridicule.
in the plural, a common ancient mode of address equivalent to Sirs or My masters. Therefore, lordings all, i you beseech. (Chaucer)
Origin: lord – -ing, 3.
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