The Middle French term millourt, meaning a nobleman or rich man, was used around 1430. It seems to be a borrowing from the English expression «my lord», a term of address for a lord or other noble. Later French variants are milourt and milor; The form Milord was used at least in 1610. It was borrowed from English in 1598, in the sense of an English nobleman in general or someone who traveled specifically to continental Europe. [1] Today, the term is rarely used, except with humour. [1] «Milord» was also used for an automobile body, also known as the three-position convertible or Victoria convertible. [2] Archaic honorary titles are known in the Supreme Court of the Canadian province of British Columbia after Chief Justice Robert Bauman issued a practice direction Thursday prohibiting the use of «my lady», «my lord», «your lady» and «your lordship» to address court judges. The Italian equivalent is milordo. [3] In Greece, the equivalent was «O Lornos». Lord Byron, who was involved in the Greek War of Independence, was known as «O Lordos» (The Lord) or «Lordos Veeron» (as the Greeks used to say), which gave rise to things as diverse as hotels, ships, cricket teams, roads and even suburbs being called «Lord Byron» today. [4] [5] [6] «Milord» (commonly pronounced as «M`lud»: /məˈlʌd/ in this usage, and sometimes written «M`lud»: /məˈlʌd/) is commonly used by English lawyers (lawyers who have appeared in court), defendants and witnesses when addressing the judge ruling in a trial. Milord (French: [milɔʁ]) is a term for an Englishman, especially a nobleman, who travels in continental Europe. The term has been used in both French and English from the 16th century onwards.

It apparently derives from the English term «my lord», which was borrowed from Middle French as millourt or milor, meaning a noble or rich man. [1] The term gave the title of the French «Milord» sung by Edith Piaf in 1959. [7] The above use of My Lord and My Lady is also required before the Canadian Superior and Supreme Courts. Yes! The meme generator is a flexible tool for many purposes. By uploading custom images and using all customizations, you can design many creative works, including posters, banners, ads, and other custom graphics. The correct greeting of an English judge depends on his appointment. Judges of the High Court and Court of Appeal and certain other judges (particularly honorary clerks and Old Bailey judges) are called My Lord or My Lady. It is common to see lawyers addressing the judge as «M`lud» (in television or film performances of British courtrooms). This was the usual pronunciation until about the middle of the twentieth century in courts where the judge had the right to be called «My Lord». [8] However, this is a debate that is now obsolete and no longer heard in court. The modern pronunciation is «My Lord». Star Wars, /r/prequelmemes, reddit, prequels, Jedi, Sith, clothing, outerwear, shirt, coat, muscles, tie, human, automobile, PROTIP suit: Press the ← and → buttons to navigate through the gallery, «g» to view the gallery, or «r» to view a shuffle image.

It is a free online image maker that allows you to add text, images, and more custom to templates. People often use the generator to customize established memes like those found in Imgflip`s collection of meme patterns. You can also upload your own templates or start from scratch with blank templates. The Chief Justice of the Canadian province of British Columbia threw overboard archaic greetings for the judges at his court. It`s funny, you ask. Why, we do it. Here`s how: (warning, may contain vulgarity) «Counsel and parties are asked to refrain from these terms» and should instead refer to Court of Appeal judges as «Chief Justice,» «Justice,» «Madam Justice,» «Mr. Judge,» the practice guide says. Yes! Animated meme patterns appear when you search at the top of the meme generator (try «party parrot»). If you can`t find the meme you want, go through all the GIF templates or upload your own animated template using GIF maker and save it.