Meaning of MARQUESSATE in English


or mar·quis·ate ˈmärkwəˌzāt, -ˌsāt, -_zə̇t, -_sə̇t

( -s )

Etymology: French marquisat, from Middle French, modification (influenced by marquis ) of Old Italian marchesato, from marchese + -ato -ate

1. : the domain or territory of a marquess or marchioness

2. : the rank or dignity of a marquess or marchioness

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