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Lord vs. Sir: Know the Difference

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By Shumaila Saeed || Updated on December 25, 2023
Lord is a hereditary or appointed nobility title; Sir is a title given to knights, granted by the monarch, non-heritable.
Lord vs. Sir

Key Differences

A Lord is typically someone with authority or power, often associated with nobility or a person of high rank in a feudal society or in administrative or governmental roles. The term "Lord" can encompass a range of ranks in the British peerage, from barons to dukes, and can also be used in a religious context to refer to a deity or a revered religious leader. Conversely, "Sir" is a title of honor or respect used before the given name of a knight or baronet, which are ranks in the British system of chivalry and honor. The title "Sir" is awarded by the monarchy through a ceremonial process known as knighthood and is not inherited.
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"Lord" often implies ownership or jurisdiction over a territory, domain, or group of people, and historically, it denoted a feudal lord's authority over a manor or a region. The title can be inherited, as with a hereditary peer, or granted for life, as with a life peer. "Sir," however, is an honorific prefix used for someone knighted by the Crown, reflecting personal achievement or service to the country, and does not convey hereditary rights or legislative powers. Individuals who are knighted become knights and may use the title "Sir" for life, but it does not pass on to their descendants.
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In terms of address and usage, "Lord" is used with either the full title or the last name, such as Lord [Title] or Lord [Last Name], and it is used in formal and legal contexts. "Sir" precedes the first name of the individual who has been knighted, such as Sir [First Name], and is a common form of address in both formal and social situations. While the title of "Lord" can come with certain privileges, including potentially a seat in the House of Lords, "Sir" does not grant any political power but is a mark of distinction and recognition.
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The term "Lord" has broader uses and can be applied to certain high officials or judges, such as the Lord Chancellor or Lord Justice. It can also be a courtesy title for the younger sons of dukes and marquesses. In contrast, "Sir" is exclusively used for knights and baronets and does not extend to other roles or familial connections. It is often used in public and professional spheres to acknowledge the status of the individual.
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While both "Lord" and "Sir" are British titles and carry a sense of prestige and honor, they stem from different traditions and have different implications in terms of heredity, authority, and the nature of their conferment. "Lord" has a more aristocratic connotation and may involve a role in governance, while "Sir" is a personal honor recognizing an individual's service or accomplishments without conferring noble status.
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Comparison Chart

Source of Title

Hereditary/Conferred by the monarch
Conferred by the monarch
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Hereditary

Often hereditary (peerage) or for life (life peers)
Non-heritable
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Association with Rank

Ranges from barons to dukes, including judges and high officials
Knights and baronets only
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Involvement in Governance

May hold a seat in the House of Lords
No direct role in governance
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Prefix Usage

Precedes the surname or peerage title
Precedes the given name
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Post-nominal Letters

None specific to the title of Lord
None specific to the title of Sir
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Used with Last Name

Yes
No, used with first name
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Gender

Predominantly male, but can apply to females in certain contexts (e.g., Lady)
Exclusively male
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Global Recognition

Recognized internationally with variable significance
Recognized internationally
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Extension to Spouse

Spouse may be addressed as Lady
Spouse does not receive a title
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Lord and Sir Definitions

Lord

A man of high rank in a feudal society or monarchy.
The peasants paid their taxes directly to the Lord of the manor.
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Sir

A title of honor given to knights.
Sir Lancelot was one of the most famous knights of the Round Table.
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Lord

A king.
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Sir

Used before the given name of a knight or a baronet.
Sir Paul McCartney was knighted by the Queen in 1997.
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Lord

A territorial magnate.
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Sir

A respectful form of address to a man.
Excuse me, sir, you've dropped your wallet.
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Lord

The proprietor of a manor.
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Sir

A term used to address a male teacher or master in certain English-speaking countries.
Sir, may I please be excused from class?
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Lord

Lords The House of Lords.
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Sir

Sir Used as an honorific before the given name or the full name of baronets and knights.
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Lord

Used as a form of address for a marquis, an earl, or a viscount.
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Sir

Used as a form of polite address for a man
Don't forget your hat, sir.
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Lord

Used as the usual style for a baron.
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Sir

Used as a salutation in a letter
Dear Sir or Madam.
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Lord

Used as a courtesy title for a younger son of a duke or marquis.
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Sir

A man of a higher rank or position.
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Lord

Used as a title for certain high officials and dignitaries
Lord Chamberlain.
The Lord Mayor of London.
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Sir

A respectful term of address to a man of higher rank or position, particularly:
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Lord

Used as a title for a bishop.
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Sir

To a knight or other low member of the peerage.
Just be careful. He gets whingy now if you don't address him as Sir John.
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Lord

God.
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Sir

To a superior military officer.
Sir, yes sir.
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Lord

(Christianity) Jesus.
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Sir

To a teacher.
Here's my report, sir.
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Lord

A man of renowned power or authority.
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Sir

A respectful term of address to an adult male (often older), especially if his name or proper title is unknown.
Excuse me, sir, do you know the way to the art museum?
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Lord

A man who has mastery in a given field or activity.
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Sir

To address (someone) using "sir".
Sir, yes, sir!
Don't you sir me, private! I work for a living!
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Lord

(Archaic) The male head of a household.
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Sir

A man of social authority and dignity; a lord; a master; a gentleman; - in this sense usually spelled sire.
He was crowned lord and sire.
In the election of a sir so rare.
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Lord

(Archaic) A husband.
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Sir

A title prefixed to the Christian name of a knight or a baronet.
Sir Horace Vere, his brother, was the principal in the active part.
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Lord

To insist upon or boast about so as to act in a domineering or superior manner
"He had lorded over her his self-proclaimed spiritual and poetic superiority" (David Leavitt).
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Sir

An English rendering of the LAtin Dominus, the academical title of a bachelor of arts; - formerly colloquially, and sometimes contemptuously, applied to the clergy.
Instead of a faithful and painful teacher, they hire a Sir John, which hath better skill in playing at tables, or in keeping of a garden, than in God's word.
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Lord

To act in a domineering or superior manner
An upperclassman lording over the younger students.
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Sir

A respectful title, used in addressing a man, without being prefixed to his name; - used especially in speaking to elders or superiors; sometimes, also, used in the way of emphatic formality.
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Lord

To have a prominent or dominating position
The castle lords over the valley.
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Sir

Term of address for a man
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Lord

To rule over
Lorded over a vast empire.
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Sir

A title used before the name of knight or baronet
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Lord

(obsolete) The master of the servants of a household; (historical) the master of a feudal manor
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Sir

A formal title preceding a man's name in correspondence.
The letter was addressed to Sir Thomas More.
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Lord

(archaic) The male head of a household, a father or husband.
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Lord

(archaic) The owner of a house, piece of land, or other possession
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Lord

One possessing similar mastery over others; (historical) any feudal superior generally; any nobleman or aristocrat; any chief, prince, or sovereign ruler; in Scotland, a male member of the lowest rank of nobility (the equivalent rank in England is baron)
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Lord

(historical) A feudal tenant holding his manor directly of the king
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Lord

A peer of the realm, particularly a temporal one
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Lord

A baron or lesser nobleman, as opposed to greater ones
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Lord

One possessing similar mastery in figurative senses (esp. as lord of ~)
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Lord

A magnate of a trade or profession.
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Lord

(astrology) The heavenly body considered to possess a dominant influence over an event, time, etc.
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Lord

A hunchback.
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Lord

Sixpence.
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Lord

Domineer or act like a lord.
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Lord

(transitive) To invest with the dignity, power, and privileges of a lord; to grant the title of lord.
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Lord

A hump-backed person; - so called sportively.
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Lord

One who has power and authority; a master; a ruler; a governor; a prince; a proprietor, as of a manor.
But now I was the lordOf this fair mansion.
Man over menHe made not lord.
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Lord

A titled nobleman., whether a peer of the realm or not; a bishop, as a member of the House of Lords; by courtesy; the son of a duke or marquis, or the eldest son of an earl; in a restricted sense, a baron, as opposed to noblemen of higher rank.
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Lord

A title bestowed on the persons above named; and also, for honor, on certain official persons; as, lord advocate, lord chamberlain, lord chancellor, lord chief justice, etc.
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Lord

A husband.
Thou worthy lordOf that unworthy wife that greeteth thee.
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Lord

One of whom a fee or estate is held; the male owner of feudal land; as, the lord of the soil; the lord of the manor.
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Lord

The Supreme Being; Jehovah.
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Lord

The Savior; Jesus Christ.
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Lord

To invest with the dignity, power, and privileges of a lord.
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Lord

To rule or preside over as a lord.
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Lord

To play the lord; to domineer; to rule with arbitrary or despotic sway; - sometimes with over; and sometimes with it in the manner of a transitive verb; as, rich students lording it over their classmates.
The whiles she lordeth in licentious bliss.
I see them lording it in London streets.
And lorded over them whom now they serve.
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Lord

Terms referring to the Judeo-Christian God
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Lord

A person who has general authority over others
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Lord

A titled peer of the realm
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Lord

Make a lord of someone
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Lord

A hereditary title for British noblemen.
Lord Grantham presides over the estate with a benevolent hand.
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Lord

A respectful term for a male judge or certain high officials.
The case was presided over by Lord Justice Smith.
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Lord

An alternative title for God or Jesus in religious contexts.
The congregation sang hymns praising the Lord.
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Lord

Used in Britain as a courtesy title for younger sons of dukes and marquesses.
Lord John Smith is the second son of the Duke of Cheshire.
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Repeatedly Asked Queries

Can "Sir" ever be inherited?

No, the title "Sir" is non-heritable and is a personal honor.
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Does "Lord" imply land ownership?

Historically, "Lord" often implied ownership of land, but in modern times, it may not.
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Is "Lord" a religious title?

"Lord" can refer to God or Jesus in a religious context, apart from its aristocratic use.
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Is the wife of a Sir called Lady?

The wife of a knighted "Sir" may be called "Lady" followed by her husband's surname.
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Is there a female equivalent to "Sir"?

Yes, the female equivalent for a knighted woman is "Dame."
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Can "Sir" be used for someone who isn’t knighted?

In general use, "Sir" can be a polite form of address for any man, but it is a title only for knighted individuals.
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How does one address a Lord in writing?

In writing, a Lord is addressed as "Lord [Title/Surname]."
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Can a woman be a Lord?

In certain contexts, a woman can be a "Lord," but the female equivalent is usually "Lady."
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How does one become a Sir?

Becoming a "Sir" involves being knighted by the monarch, typically for significant contributions to national life.
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Are Lords still influential today?

Some Lords, particularly life peers, remain influential, especially in the House of Lords.
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Are there modern-day Lords?

Yes, there are modern-day Lords in the UK, including life peers, hereditary peers, and those holding courtesy titles.
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What is a baronet?

A baronet is a hereditary title, ranking below Lords but above knights, and holders can use "Sir."
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Do all Lords have a seat in the House of Lords?

Not all Lords have a seat; only life peers and some hereditary peers appointed do.
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Can the title of "Lord" be bought?

Titles cannot be legitimately bought; they are granted by the monarchy or inherited.
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Can foreigners be knighted?

Non-British citizens may receive honorary knighthoods and use the title "Sir" but not in front of their names.
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Is "Lord" or "Sir" higher in rank?

"Lord" is generally considered higher in rank as it can be associated with peerage.
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Can "Sir" be used in a non-knighting context?

Yes, "Sir" can be used as a general term of respect for men, particularly in formal situations.
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What is a life peer?

A life peer is someone granted the title of "Lord" for life, but it is not inherited.
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Do Lords have any special privileges?

Lords may have certain ceremonial privileges and, if part of the House of Lords, legislative roles.
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How do you formally address a knight?

A knight is addressed as "Sir [First Name]," such as "Sir Ian McKellen."
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