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Turkish translation of “majesty”

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majesty

noun
 
 
/ˈmædʒəsti/
[U] the quality of being majestic
görkem, ihtişam, haşmet
the majesty of the pyramidsBeauty and attractiveness
His/Her/Your Majesty used when you are speaking to or about a king or queen
Haşmetmeap, Majesteleri
His Majesty King Edward VIIRoyalty, aristocracy and titles
Translations of “majesty”
in Korean 장엄…
in Arabic جَلالة, عَظمة…
in French majesté, Sa/Votre Majesté…
in Italian maestà…
in Chinese (Traditional) 雄偉, 壯麗, 威嚴…
in Russian величественность…
in Polish majestatyczność, majestat…
in Spanish majestad, Majestad…
in Portuguese majestade…
in German die Majestät, Ihre/Eure Majestät…
in Catalan majestuositat…
in Japanese 壮麗さ, 威厳…
in Chinese (Simplified) 雄伟, 壮丽, 威严…
(Definition of majesty from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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