Noble meaning

nōbəl
Having or showing high moral qualities or ideals, or greatness of character; lofty.
adjective
62
13
A member of the nobility.
noun
37
10
(chemistry) Inactive or inert.
adjective
37
16
Possessing hereditary rank in a political system or social class derived from a feudalistic stage of a country's development.
adjective
27
8
Having excellent qualities; superior.
adjective
25
5
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Grand; stately; splendid; magnificent.

A noble view.

adjective
19
3
(obs.) Famous; illustrious.
adjective
14
6
A gold coin formerly used in England, worth half of a mark.
noun
13
8
Grand and stately in appearance; majestic.
adjective
11
3
A person having hereditary rank or title; nobleman; peer.
noun
10
3
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Chemically nonreactive, esp. with acids and air; precious; pure.
adjective
6
2
A former gold coin of England.
noun
6
3
Of high hereditary rank or title; aristocratic.
adjective
4
2
The definition of noble is someone who has high morals and ideals or people who are royalty or who have good breeding.

An example of noble is a person who is always honest and charitable.

An example of noble is a king.

adjective
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A surname​.
pronoun
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Other Word Forms

Adjective

Base Form:
noble
Comparative
nobler
Superlative
noblest

Origin of noble

  • Middle English from Old French from Latin nōbilis gnō- in Indo-European roots

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition