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noble

adjective /ˈnəubl/
honourable/honorable; unselfish
noble
a noble mind a noble deed.
of high birth or rank
noble
a noble family a man of noble birth.
nobility /-ˈbi-/ noun the state of being noble
nobleza
the nobility of his mind/birth.
nobles ie dukes, earls etc
nobleza
The nobility supported the king during the revolution.
nobly adverb
noblemente, con generosidad
He worked nobly for the cause of peace.
nobleman noun ( feminine noblewoman, plural noblemen, noblewomen) a noble
noble
The king was murdered by a nobleman at his court.
(Definition of noble from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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