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The Lord is God in the Old Testament, who includes Jesus Christ beginning with Christianity. The word "Lord" is used to translate the tetragrammaton and is by far the most-referenced word in the Bible.[1]

In feudalism, a lord, or noble, was the person to whom the king granted large tracts of land. He in turn rented parcels of this land to vassals. A serf would swear the oath of fealty to the lord, or "keeper of the loaves" (Old English hlaf-weard, or loaf-ward).


  1. See the Concordance for the English Standard Version.