Salutations: "My Lords"
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Genesis 19:2
And he said, Behold now, my lords, turn in, I pray you, into your servant's house, and tarry all night, and wash your feet, and you shall rise up early, and go on your ways. And they said, No; but we will abide in the street all night.
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Strong's Hebrew
136. Adonay -- Lord
... Definition: Lord. Word Origin an emphatic form of adon Definition Lord NASB
Word Usage Lord (456), lord (1), lords (2). my Lord. Am ...
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Epistle Lxv. To Mauricius Augustus .
... On the arrival here of the most illustrious Longinus, the equerry (stratore), I
received the law of my lords, to which, being at the time worn out by bodily ...
/.../the epistles of saint gregory the great/epistle lxv to mauricius augustus.htm

Epistle Xl. To Mauricius Augustus.
... The Piety of my Lords in their most serene commands, while set on refuting me
on certain matters, in sparing me has by no means spared me. ...
/.../the epistles of saint gregory the great/epistle xl to mauricius augustus.htm

Epistle xx. Celerinus to Lucian.
... am still spending them so to this day, until [2265] the aid of our Lord Jesus Christ,
and affection manifested through you, or through those my lords who have ...
/.../cyprian/the epistles of cyprian/epistle xx celerinus to lucian.htm

The Appearance to Lot is Examined.
... the gate of Sodom: and Lot seeing them, rose up to meet them; and he bowed himself
with his face toward the ground; and he said, Behold now, my lords, turn in ...
/.../augustine/on the holy trinity/chapter 12 the appearance to lot.htm

Epistle xxi. To Constantina Augusta .
... But I briefly indicate that, as in the regions of Ravenna the Piety of my Lords
has for the first army of Italy a treasurer (sacellarium) to defray the daily ...
/.../the epistles of saint gregory the great/epistle xxi to constantina augusta.htm

Epistle xxxiii. To Mauricius Augustus.
... The provident piety of my lords, lest perchance any scandal might be engendered
in the unity of Holy Church by the dissension of priests, has once and again ...
/.../epistle xxxiii to mauricius augustus.htm

Epistle xx. To Mauricius Augustus.
... Let then the piety of my lords think of me as their own, whom they have always
cherished and countenanced beyond others, and who desire to render obedience to ...
/.../the epistles of saint gregory the great/epistle xx to mauricius augustus.htm

Letter Lxxvii. (AD 404. )
... (ad 404.). (ad404.) To Felix and Hilarinus, My Lords most Beloved, and Brethren
Worthy of All Honour, Augustin Sends Greeting in the Lord. ...
/.../augustine/the confessions and letters of st/letter lxxvii a d 404.htm

Letter ccii. (AD 419. )
... (ad 419.). (ad419.) To the Bishops Alypius and Augustin, My Lords Truly Holy, and
Deservedly Loved and Reverenced, Jerome Sends Greeting in Christ. [2892]. Chap ...
/.../augustine/the confessions and letters of st/letter ccii a d 419.htm

Fourth Division.
... To the People of Madaura, My Lords Worthy of Praise, and Brethren Most Beloved,
Augustin Sends Greeting, in Reply to the Letter Received by the Hands of ...
/.../augustine/the confessions and letters of st/fourth division.htm

Subtopics

Salutations

Salutations by Bowing

Salutations by Kissing

Salutations by Letter

Salutations were Given by all Passers-By

Salutations were Given by Brethren to Each Other

Salutations were Given by Inferiors to Their Superiors

Salutations were Given by Superiors to Inferiors

Salutations were Given: On Entering a House

Salutations: "All Hail"

Salutations: "Are You Well, My Brother?"

Salutations: "Hail, Master!"

Salutations: "May God be Gracious to You"

Salutations: "My Lords"

Salutations: "Peace (Hebrew: Shalom) to This House"

Salutations: "Peace to You" (Hebrew: Shalomleka)

Salutations: "Peace" (Hebrew: Shalom)

Salutations: Antiquity of

Salutations: Denied to Persons of Bad Character

Salutations: Expressions Used as all Hail

Salutations: Expressions Used as Art Thou in Health?

Salutations: Expressions Used as Blessed be Thou of the Lord

Salutations: Expressions Used as God be Gracious to Thee

Salutations: Expressions Used as Hail

Salutations: Expressions Used as Peace be to This House

Salutations: Expressions Used as Peace be With Thee

Salutations: Expressions Used as Peace to Thee, and Peace to Thine House, and Peace to All

Salutations: Expressions Used as The Blessing of the Lord be Upon You, we Bless You in The

Salutations: Expressions Used as The Lord be With You

Salutations: Expressions Used as The Lord Bless Thee

Salutations: from a Master to his Servants, "May the Lord be With You"

Salutations: Given to Christ in Derision

Salutations: Often Accompanied by Bowing Frequently to the Ground

Salutations: Often Accompanied by Embracing and Kissing the Feet

Salutations: Often Accompanied by Falling on the Neck and Kissing

Salutations: Often Accompanied by Falling Prostrate on the Ground

Salutations: Often Accompanied by Kissing the Dust

Salutations: Often Accompanied by Laying Hold of the Bear With the Right Hand

Salutations: Often Accompanied by Touching the Hem of the Garment

Salutations: Often Perfidious

Salutations: Often Sent by Letter

Salutations: Often Sent Through Messengers

Salutations: Persons in Haste Excused from Giving or Receiving

Salutations: Servants to Their Masters, "May the Lord Bless You"

Salutations: The Jews Condemned for Giving, Only to Their Countrymen

Salutations: The Pharisees Condemned for Seeking, in Public

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