1. lord and master, overlord, master, chief, ruler, tyrant, dictator; king, sovereign, monarch, majesty, crowned head, potentate, dynast; prince, emperor, rajah, maharajah, czar, caeser, kaiser, Fr. roi, Latin, rex. sheik, khan, governor, te-trarch; president, Inf. prez, premier, chief-of-state, head-of-state, chief executive, captain of the ship of state; superior, commander, commandant, general, chieftain, high chief, (of some tribes of American Indians) sachem.
2. headman, head, captain, Inf. boss, Inf. bossman, Inf. big boss, man-in-charge; chairman, headmaster, principal, dean, director, administrator; executive, manager, overseer, supervisor, superintendent, Inf. super, foreman, Brit. gaffer; Inf. kingpin, Inf. king- fish, Inf. number one, Inf.Mr. Big. Sl. top dog, Sl. head honcho, Sl. big cheese, Fr. grandfromage, Sl. big wheel or wheel, Sl. high man on the totem pole.
3. landlord, proprietor, owner, landowner, landholder; feudal lord or superior, feudal overlord, Hist. suzerain; seigneur, Japanese Hist. daimyo, signor; squire, Scot. laird, Russian Hist. boyar, (in medieval Germany) landgrave.
4. nobleman, noble, peer; grand duke, archduke, duke, marquis, margrave, earl, count, viscount, baron; grandee, magnifico, don, hidalgo.
5.Lord, God, God Almighty, the Almighty, the Godhead, Divine Being, The Deity, Providence, Holy One; God the Father, Divine Father, Our Father; Jehovah, Yahweh, Allah; the Supreme Being, Supreme Goodness, the Ail-Powerful, the Omnipotent, the All-Merciful, the All-Wise, the All-Knowing, the Omniscient; the Infinite, the Eternal, the Absolute; Lord of Lords, King of Kings, King of Glory; Creator, Author of all things, the Maker, the Maker of Heaven and Earth, the First Cause, the Prime Mover, the Light of the World, Ruler of Heaven and Earth, Sovereign of the Universe, Most High.
6.Lord, Jesus, Jesus Christ, Christ, Christ Jesus, Christ the Lord; Jesus of Nazareth, the Nazarene, the Galilean, Literary.Jesu; the Redeemer, the Savior, Emmanuel, Immanuel, the Messiah, the Star of David, the Son of David, the Anointed, the Expected One; the Son of God, the Son of Man, the Prince of Peace, God Incarnate, the Incarnation, God in Man.
7. lord it over
play the lord, boss or boss around, command, dictate to, order around, tell [s.o.] what to do, direct, control; domineer, rule with an iron or heavy hand, be overbearing, rule dictatorially; tyrannize, oppress, repress, keep down, suppress

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