What Does Nobility Mean?


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Nobility stands for the traditional hereditary status that exists in various countries that previously or still has the status of monarchies. The term was actually designated to people who were known or were notable. It was applied only to the people of the highest class in a social circle; this has been into existence since the pre modern societies. In the feudal system in Europe, noble people were those people who had a fief often in land or on vassalage, in exchange of allegiance and other military services to the monarch.

Nobility rapidly turned into a hereditary cast and was also associated with a right to bear the hereditary title. In these days the status of a noble is considered very honourable and dignifying. Nobility is a historical and legal notion in most parts of the world.

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