A respectable title addressed to a elderly man or gentlemen. 2.) The distinctive title given to a man of noble birth. Like that of a knight, lord or baronet: Sir Paul McCartney. 3.) Title of authority to Master from its Slave.
A clerk required to maintain a posh stylish look to appear well educated and a man of power. In order to get well paying jobs or marry a female of noble birth. One had to "play the part." 2.) British A Cockney rhyming slang for a shark.
"Faroe stamp 428 The Prophet". Licensed under Public domain via Wikimedia Commons
A witch, shaman, priestess or woman who practices witchcraft. Wicce is an old Germanic term meaning ‘wise one.’ She cared for the town’s sick with herbs and prophesies. A "wand-bearer", a witch, seer, fortune-teller, wise woman, the Norse equivalent of the Shaman. Seidh practitioners were called Volva.
She’s known as the ‘sacred whore’, representing passion and the female sexual impulse to spread her wild love to every Tom, Dick and Harry.
2.) She’s a hooker hustling for the mean green.
Monster in law
2005 Monster In Law w/ Jane Fonda & Jennifer Lopez
There’s a new law in town. Her job is simply to run the newly-weds into crazy-town. All aboard for the crazy train. Cue Ozzy Osbourne. Cue Bridezilla . The job of a monster in law is never completed until there is a divorce attorney present.
2.) The mother of the bride or groom.
Covent Garden Nun
Morning in Covent Garden by Spooner, 18th Century. Depicts Prostitutes meeting with clients outside Tom and Moll King's Coffee House
Between the 16th and 18th century, Covent Garden set the stage as London's region for the trade of sex and flesh. It was dubbed the "great square of Venus". Men combed the streets of Drury Lane in search of these delicate garden flowers with their "lists" in tow. The lists (The Covent Garden Magazine or Amorous Repository) was a guide that detailed the appearance, sexual skills, and fees of around 80 prostitutes, reviewing them as one would a movie or a restaurant for the benefit of the rakes, libertines and lechers of everyday London.