Translation of earl in Spanish:

earl

conde, n.

Pronunciation /ˈər(ə)l//əːl/

noun

  • 1

    conde masculine
    • None of the dogs belonging to either the duke and duchess or the earl and countess ever barked.
    • The dukes and earls have been sent packing from the House of Lords.
    • The Queen Mother, daughter of a Scottish earl, was very fond of Scotland and the feeling was returned.
    • Seven of Edward's ten earls possessed Marcher estates, including the powerful Mortimer, Fitzalan, Bohun and de Clare families.
    • An alliance was struck between the marcher lords and the earl of Lancaster.
    • The aristocrats in Mr Cameron's blood line include numerous dukes and earls, including the Herbert Earls of Carnarvon.
    • Godiva was the wife of Leofric, earl of Mercia, one of the three great earls of 11th-century England.
    • The likes of the earl of Stamford and the Prince of Wales are known to have owned examples of these candelabra.
    • The earl talked to officers as he toured the British Transport Police and London Underground control rooms.
    • The men who got these parcels of land would have been barons, earls and dukes.
    • Two hundred and fifty years ago it was numbered tickets to Westminster Hall that were in demand: two Jacobite earls and a lord were on trial there.
    • They all sat in a row, ranged according to their rank - kings and princes and dukes and earls and counts and barons and knights.
    • The earl was one of the absentee English landowners who owned most of the property in Ireland.
    • Among those attending that year were the Duke and Duchess of Ancaster, the Duke and Duchess of Gordon, and all manner of countesses, earls, colonels and honorables.
    • Contemporary collectors included the earls of Arundel and Somerset and the Duke of Buckingham.
    • Attendants of an earl, viscount or baron wore six rows of curls on state wigs and five on house wigs.
    • Membership was limited to 600 and included five dukes, five marquesses and 20 earls, and the clientele would bet thousands at the tables.
    • The earl and countess were then shown around the extended flats.
    • The earls and viscounts had claimed their expulsion would amount to a severance from the English past.
    • Here he successfully pursues his suit, is married in spite of the efforts of the earl and the lord mayor to prevent it, and is pardoned by the king.