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This category is not aimed at any other meaning of the word court, such as in Officer of the court (meaning a court of law)

This Court Titles category is meant to list offices and other titles that are awarded as appointments to a royal or similar court:

  • either to actual courtiers in domestic, ecclestiastical, military or other attendance to a Monarch or other dignitary whose household(s) is/are styled court
  • or as an essentially honorific title, either limited to occasional duty (usually ceremonial, such as a part in the coronation), or as a -rather fictitious- sinecure.

It may also accommodate related terms, notably of a more generic nature, which are rather ranks. Some are linked to ennoblement.

As various titles would otherwise only constitute small stubs, they can be treated in (sub)sections of pages dealing with a major title (such as one various other styles are derived from and/or compounded with) or a more general term, and may therefore not be listed separately here.


This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total.




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