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Historical TitlePlay
Originally, a baron was granted land by the monarch for loyalty or service. SlideThe ancient baron ruled over his lands with fairness.
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British SpecificPlay
The title 'baron' is specific to British nobility and not used in American titles. SlideWhen in London, I visited a castle owned by a baron.
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Gendered TermPlay
A female with the equivalent rank is called a 'baroness', not a baron. SlideThe baroness attended the royal ceremony alongside other nobles.