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    opposite

    what is opposite of the word Earl

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    Re: opposite

    There is no opposite, did you mean the feminine of the word Earl? In Anglo-Saxon times an Earl (Eorl) had his 'Lady'.

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    Re: opposite

    Welcome.

    Commoner or Countess.

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    Re: opposite

    earl O.E. eorl "nobleman, warrior"
    Godiva d.1067, Lady of Coventry and wife of Leofric, Earl of Mercia.

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