Word "SIRE" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
the founder of a family
Synonyms:
father, forefather

Part of Speech:
Verb
Definition:
make (offspring) by reproduction
Synonyms:
beget, bring forth, engender, father, generate, get, mother

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
a title of address formerly used for a man of rank and authority

Crossword Clues for SIRE

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Stallion's father Universal 14 Oct 2021
Thing to call a king USA Today 07 Oct 2021
Kingly title Newsday 04 Oct 2021
Royal address Universal 04 Sep 2021
Kingly title Newsday 31 Aug 2021
Male parent The Times Concise 18 Aug 2021
Kingly address Newsday 17 Aug 2021
Kingly address Thomas Joseph 09 Aug 2021
How one of 4 may have been addressed? The Guardian Speedy 11 Jul 2021
Kingly address Newsday 04 Jul 2021
Beget Eugene Sheffer 02 Jul 2021
Address for a king The Washington Post Sunday 27 Jun 2021
King’s title Wall Street Journal 16 Jun 2021
Father New York Times 30 May 2021
Beget Eugene Sheffer 29 May 2021
Kingly address Newsday 12 May 2021
Father, as a horse Universal 27 Apr 2021
Racehorse's pop Newsday 04 Apr 2021
Male parent The Times Concise 29 Mar 2021
King's term of address Family Time 21 Mar 2021
Foal's father USA Today 28 Feb 2021
Royal address Wall Street Journal 20 Feb 2021
What a king may be called Newsday 05 Jan 2021
Thoroughbred’s parent Wall Street Journal 05 Jan 2021
"Your highness" Universal 31 Dec 2020
Castle address? Universal 04 Dec 2020
Beget Universal 01 Dec 2020
Term of address for Mufasa USA Today 27 Nov 2020
Horse's father USA Today 14 Nov 2020
King's address Universal 28 Oct 2020
Old-timey title New York Times 25 Oct 2020
Address for a king USA Today 23 Oct 2020
Bring into being LA Times Daily 18 Oct 2020
Bring into being The Washington Post 18 Oct 2020
Palace address Wall Street Journal 24 Sep 2020
"Your majesty" Universal 24 Sep 2020
Regal title The Washington Post Sunday 23 Aug 2020
Colt's father Premier Sunday 16 Aug 2020
Animal's male parent USA Today 13 Jul 2020
Many a retired racehorse LA Times Daily 29 Jun 2020
Many a retired racehorse The Washington Post 29 Jun 2020
Title to call a king Newsday 29 Jun 2020
Foal's father Irish Times Simplex 16 Jun 2020
Thoroughbred's pop Newsday 14 Jun 2020
"Your Majesty" Family Time 01 Jun 2020
Equine parent LA Times Daily 22 May 2020
Equine parent The Washington Post 22 May 2020
'Your majesty' New York Times 16 May 2020
'Your majesty' alternative, perhaps USA Today 12 May 2020
Beget New York Times 26 Apr 2020
Father USA Today 28 Feb 2020
Kingly title Premier Sunday 23 Feb 2020
Royal address Thomas Joseph 24 Dec 2019
Address for a king Universal 23 Dec 2019
Royal address Newsday 22 Dec 2019
Horse's dad USA Today 15 Dec 2019
Royal address The Washington Post Sunday 24 Nov 2019
Foal's father Newsday 17 Oct 2019
Lordly address Newsday 22 Sep 2019
Kingly address Universal 11 Sep 2019
Kingly address Thomas Joseph 04 Sep 2019
Royal address LA Times Daily 19 Jul 2019
Royal address The Washington Post 19 Jul 2019
Stud horse, to many foals Universal 17 Jul 2019
Bull, e.g New York Times 14 Jul 2019
Many a retired thoroughbred The Washington Post 11 Jul 2019
Many a retired thoroughbred LA Times Daily 11 Jul 2019
Father, ''verbally'' Newsday 09 Jun 2019
Stud farm stud The Washington Post 21 May 2019
Stud farm stud LA Times Daily 21 May 2019
"Your majesty" Family Time 19 May 2019
Beget The Washington Post 13 May 2019
Beget LA Times Daily 13 May 2019
Horse's father Newsday 08 May 2019
Retired racehorse, perhaps USA Today 30 Apr 2019
Beget Canadiana 22 Apr 2019
'Your excellency' Jonesin 26 Mar 2019
Father, as a foal The Washington Post Sunday 17 Mar 2019
Thoroughbred's father Newsday 13 Mar 2019
'Your Highness' The Washington Post 19 Feb 2019
"Your Highness" LA Times Daily 19 Feb 2019
Courtly term of address The New Yorker 04 Feb 2019
Term of address in 'The Wizard of Id' New York Times 31 Jan 2019
Bear observed in woods, I recalled The Telegraph Toughie 22 Jan 2019
Term of address in "The Wizard of Id"
Stud farm stud
Royal address
Bull, e.g.
Stud horse, to many foals
Kingly address
"Your majesty"
Many a retired thoroughbred
Colt's father The Washington Post 01 Jan 2019
Colt's father
Beget
"Your Highness"
Colt's father LA Times Daily 01 Jan 2019
Father
Retired racehorse, perhaps
Thoroughbred's father USA Today 28 Dec 2018
Horse's dad Universal 05 Dec 2018
Address for a king Wall Street Journal 19 Nov 2018
Address akin to ''monsieur'' Newsday 17 Nov 2018
Stud farm horse USA Today 14 Nov 2018
Thoroughbred's dad LA Times Daily 09 Nov 2018
Thoroughbred's dad The Washington Post 09 Nov 2018
Parent at a stud farm USA Today 01 Nov 2018
Start a line? Universal 30 Aug 2018
Stable stud The Washington Post 23 Aug 2018
Stable stud LA Times Daily 23 Aug 2018
Round Table address USA Today 04 Aug 2018
1975 Wimbledon winner New York Times 02 Aug 2018
Sovereign is backing father The Telegraph Cryptic 23 Jul 2018
Father Universal 20 Jul 2018
Bring into being Universal 28 Jun 2018
Throne-room address The New Yorker 18 Jun 2018
Title for a king Family Time 29 Apr 2018
'Game of Thrones' address The Washington Post 21 Apr 2018
"Game of Thrones" address LA Times Daily 21 Apr 2018
Throne room address Wall Street Journal 04 Apr 2018
Man o' War, to War Admiral Wall Street Journal 17 Mar 2018
Foal pa? Universal 24 Feb 2018
Royal address Universal 10 Feb 2018
To father Universal 05 Feb 2018
'Your Majesty' New York Times 24 Jan 2018
Royal title New York Times 23 Jan 2018
Regal term of address New York Times 03 Jan 2018
Horse's dad
Foal pa?
"Your Majesty"
Beget
Regal term of address
Royal title
What to call a king
"Game of Thrones" address
Stable stud
Throne room address
Address for a king
Thoroughbred's dad
Thoroughbred's father
Stud farm horse
Round Table address
Parent at a stud farm
"Your Majesty"
Bring into being
Father
To father
Start a line?
Royal address
Part of a horse's pedigree USA Today 25 Dec 2017
Stud on a stud farm USA Today 07 Nov 2017
"Your Majesty" Universal 18 Oct 2017
Kingly address The Chronicle of Higher Education 06 Oct 2017
King Arthur's address Universal 14 Sep 2017
Foal's father Wall Street Journal 06 Sep 2017
Respectful address to a king Universal 30 Aug 2017
Thing to call a king Family Time 21 Aug 2017
Father horse New York Times 14 Aug 2017
Stable father The Washington Post 24 Jul 2017
Stable father LA Times Daily 24 Jul 2017
Part of a pedigree New York Times 15 Jul 2017
Filly's father Premier Sunday 02 Jul 2017
Kingly address Wall Street Journal 10 Jun 2017
What to call a king Newsday 30 May 2017
King's address USA Today 25 May 2017
King's address Newsday 24 May 2017
Courtly term of address New York Times 20 Apr 2017
Royal honorific The Chronicle of Higher Education 14 Apr 2017
King, to his subjects Universal 01 Mar 2017
Regal address The Washington Post 27 Feb 2017
Beget Wall Street Journal 25 Feb 2017
Kingly title Newsday 22 Feb 2017
Racehorse's father USA Today 20 Feb 2017
Stable father figure? Universal 19 Feb 2017
Bull or boar Canadiana 13 Feb 2017
'Your majesty' alternative The Washington Post 10 Feb 2017
Father Wall Street Journal 03 Feb 2017
Address to a king Universal 26 Jan 2017
Address for a king Thomas Joseph 07 Jan 2017
Bold Ruler, to Secretariat USA Today 05 Jan 2017
Many a retired racehorse
Courtly term of address
Father horse
Part of a pedigree
Address to a king
King Arthur's address
Respectful address to a king
Bold Ruler, to Secretariat
Foal's father
King's address
Part of a horse's pedigree
Racehorse's father
Stud on a stud farm
Kingly address
Stable father
"My king" Universal 24 Dec 2016
'Your majesty' The Washington Post 13 Dec 2016
Paddock parent LA Times Daily 27 Nov 2016
Paddock parent USA Today 25 Nov 2016
Address to a sovereign USA Today 20 Nov 2016
Form of address for a feudal lord The Washington Post 19 Nov 2016
King, to his subject Universal 20 Oct 2016
Horse's dad Newsday 19 Oct 2016
Kentucky Derby retiree, maybe The Washington Post 06 Oct 2016
Address for a monarch Wall Street Journal 26 Sep 2016
Entry in an equine family tree New York Times 21 Sep 2016
Beget with a dam The Washington Post 06 Aug 2016
Kingly address USA Today 28 Jul 2016
Stud fee earner USA Today 19 Jul 2016
Top of the line? New York Times 15 Jul 2016
Word for a king Wall Street Journal 05 Jul 2016
Monarch's address USA Today 30 Jun 2016
Father of Sir Thomas More doing the rounds Irish Times Crosaire 15 Jun 2016
Regal title Newsday 20 May 2016
Filly's father The Washington Post 15 Apr 2016
Part of a bloodline New York Times 03 Apr 2016
Regal address USA Today 20 Mar 2016
How to address a king New York Times 29 Feb 2016
Thoroughbred's dad Newsday 05 Feb 2016
Filly's dad Eugene Sheffer 11 Jan 2016
Kingly address
Address to a sovereign
Monarch's address
Top of the line?
Entry in an equine family tree
"Your majesty"
Stud fee earner
"My king"
Father The Telegraph Quick 11 Dec 2015
"Your majesty" USA Today 15 Nov 2015
Father LA Times Daily 03 Nov 2015
Medieval address Jonesin 20 Oct 2015
Stud, often New York Times 11 Sep 2015
Pop in a barnyard USA Today 02 Sep 2015
Paddock papa Eugene Sheffer 24 Aug 2015
Father Canadiana 03 Aug 2015
Equine parent Newsday 10 Jul 2015
Regal address Newsday 09 Jul 2015
Beget USA Today 18 Jun 2015
Royal title Family Time 14 Jun 2015
Arabian pop LA Times Daily 26 Apr 2015
Address to a king Family Time 30 Mar 2015
Kingly title Jonesin 26 Mar 2015
Address for 11 Down The Chronicle of Higher Education 23 Jan 2015
Filly's father LA Times Daily 09 Jan 2015
Beget
Pop in a barnyard
Arabian pop
Father
Filly's father
Address for 11 Down
"Your Majesty"
Bold Reasoning, to Seattle Slew
Bold Ruler, to Secretariat
Foal's father
Stable stud
Regal address
Kingly address
Horse's father
Foal's father
Equine parent
Stud, often
Palace address
Popular label for a king?
American label founded in '66
"Your majesty"
With Warner or Elektra, at times
Talking Heads label
Regal title
Colt's father
Royal honorific
King's address?
Camelot address
Address for a monarch
Medieval address
Daddy deer
Royal address
Arabian father
Horse father
Regal title
Paddock papa
"Your majesty"
Top of the line?
Address of honor
King Arthur, to Galahad
Be a father to
Filly's father
Filly's father
"Your Highness"
Farm father
Has partnered w/Warner and Elektra
Royal address
Regal address
Mare's mate
"Your Majesty"
Farm father
Popular label
In cahoots w/Warner or Elektra, one time or another
In cahoots w/Warner or Elektra at various points
Your Majesty
Forefather
Equine patriarch
Arthur, to Galahad
"My liege"
1-Down's father
Bold Ruler, to 64-Across
Address for the king
Royal address
"Your Highness"
Address for a king
Father a foal
Father, as a mudder
Filly's father
Respectful term of address
What pages call kings
Address that's fit for a king
Father a foal
Mudder's father
Stable pop
Your highness
Street Cry, to Street Sense
Produce offspring
Stable father figure?
Highness
Father of a foal
Dam's companion
Arabian parent
"Your highness"
Regal title
Dam's mate
Bring into the world
Beget
Stud farm stud
Street Cry, to Street Sense
Produce offspring
Filly's father
Paddock parent
Father deer
"Your majesty"
Pedigree paperwork datum
Father
Father, as a mudder
Term for a crown
Part of an equine pedigree
Part of a horse's bloodline
Royal address
Quadruped's parent
Bold Ruler, to Secretariat
Arab's father
"Your excellency"
Bold Ruler, to Secretariat
What to call a king
Produce
Paddock papa
Produce
Arab's father
Be father of
Dam's counterpart
Kingly address
Mare's mate
Equine parent
Address fit for a king
What to call a king
Royal title
What a king may be called
Monarch's address
Pedigree name
Regal address
Title fit for a king
Become a father
Seattle Slew, vis-à-vis Swale
Paddock pop
What to call a crown
Retired racehorse, maybe
Paddock parent
Foal's parent
King's title
Royal's title
Regal term of address
Regal address
Paddock papa
Man o' War, to War Admiral
Dad in a stable
Become a father
Preserve the pedigree
Seattle Slew, vis- -vis Swale
Paddock pop
Paddock parent
Foal's parent
Father
"Your Majesty"
Dam partner
King's address
Lordly address
Top of the line
Word uttered on bended knee
Term of royal respect
Kingly title
Your excellency
Term of royal respect
Stud on a stud farm
Deer father
Address for the king
Regal address
King, to a subject
Foal's father
Hard Tack, to Seabiscuit
Address for a monarch
Royal address
Stable parent
King, to a subject
Title fit for a king
"Your excellency"
Many a retired racer
"Your majesty!"
Foal's father
Many a retired racer
Head of the line?
Retired racehorse, often
Foal's father
Head of the line?
Part of a horse's genealogy
Paddock pop
Retired racehorse, often
Regal address
Marco, to Omar Khayyam
Knightly address
Bring into being
Pedigree info
Father
Regal address
Deer dad
Filly's father
Pasture pop
Farm father
Thoroughbred's poppa
Part of an equine pedigree
Pony's pop
Part of an equine family tree
Kingly address
Address at the throne
See 24-Across
Kingly address
"Your Majesty"
Address at the throne
Beget
See 24-Across
Dam's partner
Father
Court address
Dynaformer, to Barbaro
Give rise to
Colt's father
"Your excellency"
Horsy father
Four-legged father
Father a foal
Mudder's father
King's address
Foal's father
Foal's father
Paddock parent
Studbook listing
"Sovereign"
Male parent
Palace address
Father
Word fit for a king
Address that's fit for a king
Title of respect
Palace address
Forefather
Stable parent
Title of yore
Beget
King
Lineage info
Paddock dad
Paddock parent
"Your majesty"
Father on the farm
King's address
Equine patriarch
Paddock papa
Colt's father
Forefather
Bring into being
Father on the farm
Dam's partner
Bring into being
Address for King Arthur
English lord's address
Pup's pop
Word for a king
English lord's address
Word fit for a king
Dam's mate
Father on the farm
Dam's mate
Royal address
Foal's father
Stable parent
Paddock parent
Address for a monarch
Filly's father
Originate
Term for a king
Royal address
Stud fee earner
Stud fee earner
Old address
King's address
Foal's forebear
Regal address
Old address
Foal's pa
Father
Dam's mate
Progenitor
Your majesty
Man o' War, to War Admiral
King's address
Hard Tack, to Seabiscuit
Earn stud fees
Give rise to
Filly's father
Foal's father
Beget
Your highness!
Dam's counterpart
Beget
Breeder
Foal's father
Beget
Puppy's papa
Arab's father
Part of an equine pedigree
Lassie's father
Address for a king
Jenny's father
Engender
Sovereign address
Stable parent
Produce
Father
Your highness
Dam's counterpart
Rin Tin Tin's father
Address for King Arthur
Regal address
Kingly address
Stable parent
English address
Paddock papa
Stable parent
"Your Majesty" equivalent
Dam's counterpart
Stud farm resident
Racing family patriarch
Father
Farm father
Pa, very formally
Start a line
Stud farm habitue
Farm father
Thoroughbred's poppa
Pinto parent
Title of royalty
Father
Sovereign's title
Beget
Stable parent
Seattle Slew, to Swale
Become a father
Breed
Father a foal
Your excellency
Palomino parent
Dam's mate
Father
Asta's father
Father on a farm
Pass on male genes
Whom a courtier may address
Part of a horse's pedigree
Lord, old-style
Dam's counterpart
Word to a nobleman
Crown wearer
Court addressee
Beget
Pop in a barnyard
Daddy, to Mr. Ed
Royal address
Address for a king
Stable papa
Farm father
Royal honorific
Dam's companion
Produce offspring
Engender
Id' s head man
Paddock pop
Father on the farm
Knightly address^SIR
King's term of address
Camelot address
Word for a king
Bring into being
Palace address
Progenitor
Your highness
Progenitor
Puppy's papa
Father foals
Male parent
Progenitor
Your majesty!
Arthur to Gawain
Address for King Arthur
Madonna's record label
"Your excellency"
Equine parent
Address fit for a king
Arthur to Galahad
Archaic form of address
Term of address at court
Term for a king
Your Majesty
Kingly title
Part of an equine family tree
King's address
Stable parent
Colt's father
Term of address for 59 Down
Quadruped's pop
Papa Bear, e.g.
Horse's parent
Equine progenitor
Paddock papa
Bold Ruler, to Secretariat
"Get up, my Lord!"
Address for a king
Regal title
Procreate
Equine father
Parent
One concern of a derby bettor
Royal form of address
Foal's dad
Male parent
Quadruped's parent
Forefather
Originate
Dam's mate
Secretariat's role in retirement
Term of respect
Forefather
Paterfamilias
Filly's pop
Author
Secretariat's retirement role
Be a father to
Milord
Track bettor's consideration
A concern of a Big A bettor
Procreator
Foal's father
Title for King Arthur
Royal address
Pedigree listing at Aqueduct
Isaac, to Jacob
Term of address to a sovereign
Bold Bidder, to Spectacular Bid
His Majesty, to Pleasant Colony
Title of respect
Ancestor
Beget a foal
Begetter
Word to Arthur
Dam's partner
Address at court
Secretariat, e.g.
Salutation for a king
Address to a sovereign
Term of address
Old term of address
Found a line
Dam's mate.
Form of address.
Word of respect.
Be the author of.
Title.
Ancestor.
Title for a sovereign.
Regal form of address.
"Your majesty."
Form of address to a ruler.
Man of the house.
Bring into being.
Ancestor: Poet.
Equine parent.
"Majesty."
Regal address.
Kingly title.
Masculine title.
Your majesty.
Paterfamilias: Poet.
Forefather: Poet.
Formerly a person of high rank.
Lord: Obs.
Your Majesty!
Title for a monarch.
Engender.
Fair Play to Man o' War.
Your Majesty.
King's title.
King-size title.
Racehorse's parent.
King.
Forefather.
"Your Majesty."
Progenitor.
Form of address to a monarch.
What to call a king.
Title of respect.
Term of address to a king.
What Fair Play was to Man o' War.
Fair Play's relation to Man o' War.
Father.
Father: Poet.
Form of address applied to a monarch.
Sovereign.
Father: Poetic.
Venerable person: Comb. form.
Monarch's courtesy title.
Male parent.
Sovereign's title.
Noted person.
Address to king.
Monarch's title.
Father in the stalls
The Ramones' label
Beget
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