Re: [SCA Newcomers] Title question
- View SourceSo, for my Italian persona, I could be Signora Albina? And my
husband to be (only in the SCA, we have been married for quite a
while, but will have an SCA ceremony next year!) would be Senor
Estevan? Would that be proper? I only ask, because as a good
southern lady, mundanely, I always send thank you cards and
invitations labeled with our names.
As a herald, would this fly?
> If you choose a French persona, you may find that "Madame"or "Madamoiselle"
> is acceptable as a substitute for "M'Lady" in your kingdom, forexample.
> In a German persona, perhaps you could use "Frau" or "Frauline".Again,
> check with your local Herald or Pursuivant.that "M'Lord"
> I'm pretty sure (someone correct me if I'm wrong), though,
> and "M'Lady" are used universally for those who don't yet have anAoA or
> when the proper title is unknown to the speaker, and acrossmultiple
> persona cultures. :-)xxxx()
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> Maistor Iustinos Tekton called Justin (Scott Courtney)http://4th.com/sca/justin/
> Gules, on a bezant a fleam sable and on a chief dovetailed Or two
> keys fesswise reversed sable.
> Marche of Alderford (Canton, Ohio)
> justin@4... PGP Public Key athttp://4th.com/keys/justin.pubkey
- View Source--- In email@example.com, "Dawn Perez" <dagperez@y...> wrote:
>I would suggest against using "signore" and "signora" until you have
> So, for my Italian persona, I could be Signora Albina? And my
> husband to be (only in the SCA, we have been married for quite a
> while, but will have an SCA ceremony next year!) would be Senor
> Estevan? Would that be proper? I only ask, because as a good
> southern lady, mundanely, I always send thank you cards and
> invitations labeled with our names.
> As a herald, would this fly?
received your Award of Arms...as these are the Society College of
Heralds regonized alternate titles for Lord and Lady (which one uses
once they have received their AoA or requivalent). I'm still
researching for alternate terms appropriate for Italian personas...but
so far I'm not getting very far....
Signore Giudo di Niccolo Brunelleschi, CT
Shire of Deodar, Kingdom of Calontir