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A study of "Old-French Titles of Respect in Direct Address" has been chosen as the subject for this dissertation at the suggestion of Dr. Edward C. Armstrong of the Johns Hopkins University. With the exception of the monograph of Piotter (Kritische Untersuchung der Anrede im altfranzösischen Rolandsliede), an example of careful but futile cataloging, the subject has not been previously treated.

It is the aim of this study to treat the language spoken in North France (langue d'oil) between the years eight hundred and forty-two and thirteen hundred and fifty (842-1350 A. D.). For the sections into which this period and this territory have been divided, see Chapter on amis, pp. 17 ff.

By Titles of Respect are meant such distinguishing, honorific appellatives, nomina propria excepted, as can be applied to a person or persons in direct address. The following classes have, however, been omitted from the present study.

1. Titles of Office. Such titles are the attributes of some office or dignity possessed by the individual addressed. They may be subdivided into Titles of Sovereignty (roi, due) and Titles of Office proper, the latter being subdivided according to whether the office is Civil (chatelain), Judicial (juge), Ecclesiastical (eveque), or Military (capitaine). An examination of these titles would resolve itself into a study of the offices for which they stand, a task lying more properly within the domain of History. However, those words have been treated which, though they were not Titles of Office during the Early Period of Old French, became such in the course of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries (an example is baron; see infra, Chapter IV).

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