Dukes and Duchesses

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Dukes and Duchesses
(Tinctureless) A coronet with strawberry leaves.
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Dukes and Duchesses

A Duke or Duchess is a person who has reigned as King or Queen of a kingdom more than once. They are addressed as "Your Grace" and referred to in the third person as "Duke/Duchess (given name)." They may wear a coronet embellished with strawberry leaves to indicate their rank. As former royalty, they have a Patent of Arms and are considered Royal Peers.

Alternate titles for "Duke"

  • Albanian: Dukë
  • Arabic: Mushir/Musaitir
  • Catalan: Duc
  • Chinese: Kung Chüeh
  • Czech: Vévoda
  • Danish: Hertug
  • Dutch: Hertog
  • Estonian: Hertsog
  • Finnish: Herttua
  • French: Duc
  • German: Herzog
  • Greek: Kómes tou stáblou
  • Hebrew: Alluf
  • Hungarian: Ban/Herceg
  • Icelandic: Hertogi
  • Irish Gaelic: Diuc/Righ-cuicidh
  • Italian: Duca
  • Japanese: Kô-shaku
  • Latin: Dux
  • Mid. Norwegian: Hertogi
  • Old English: Eorl
  • Old Norse: Hertogi
  • Polish: Ksiaze
  • Portuguese: Duque
  • Romanian: Duce
  • Russian: Kniaz
  • Scots Gaelic: Diuc
  • Spanish: Duque
  • Swedish: Hertig
  • Turkish: (Given name) Pasha
  • Welsh: Dug/Gwledig

Alternate titles for "Duchess"

  • Albanian: Dukeshë
  • Arabic: Mushira/Musaitira
  • Catalan: Duquessa
  • Chinese: Nü Kung
  • Czech: Vévodkyn
  • Danish: Hertuginde
  • Dutch: Hertogin
  • Estonian: Hertsoginna
  • Finnish: Herttuatar
  • French: Duchesse
  • German: Herzogin
  • Greek: Komitissa tou stáblou
  • Hebrew: Allufah
  • Hungarian: Banno/Hercegnö
  • Icelandic: Hertogafru
  • Irish Gaelic: Bandiuc
  • Italian: Duchessa
  • Japanese: Kô-shaku-fujin
  • Latin: Ducessa
  • Mid. Norwegian: Hertogafru
  • Old English: Hlaefdige
  • Old Norse: (unknown)
  • Polish: Ksiezna
  • Portuguese: Duquesa
  • Romanian: Ducesâ
  • Russian: Kniaginia
  • Scots Gaelic: Bandiuc
  • Spanish: Duquesa
  • Swedish: Hertiginna
  • Turkish: Dü es
  • Welsh: Duges/Gwledig