Mr President, this is my first budget. Señor Presidente, este es mi primer presupuesto. European Parliament. Mr Lax has done a great job. Henrik Lax ha. Synonyms for mister at winkler-ke.de with free online thesaurus, antonyms, and definitions. Dictionary and Word of the Day. Mr., Mrs., Ms. and Miss are titles that are used before surnames or full names as a sign of respect. We will look at the definition of these terms, where they come. In the old days before the total marxification of Western society , you would use those forms with people you just met, or with elders, or with people above you in rank. Have we lost everything referring to politeness, and gratitude, and manners in general? Last edited by a moderator: I find it jarring when a complete stranger addresses me by my first name. I have pondered over the comments and really feel bad that I am not accustomed to using Mr, Mrs, Dr, et…except with teachers and people that introduce themselves or are introduced to me in that way. I started noticing many years ago that the elderly, the old people got no respect from people, even their own families. All of the immediately preceding also went for talking and speaking unless they were in mixed company males and females of any age together , then they were more circumspect. Working in the customer industry, I salute men with either Mr to begin with then follow on with or Sir. In fact, even when people insist that I can let it go and they are elderly, I hold on to it ps: In fact you can be totally disrespected while someone uses your title. When working in a department store during that period, all ladies were known if over 21 by the title Mrs, married or not. My name is quite confusing about my gender.