What does "Esquire" mean when someone has that at the end of their name?



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Esquire was originally a title of nobility below that of Knight. Towards modern times the title was also bestowed upon advanced academecians, high-ranking military officers, and barristers in the British court. From the last of these uses, the American lawyer continued the practice of adding Esquire or "Esq." to the end of his name.
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