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For other uses, see Duke.

Duke or duchess is a title of nobility.

Specifics[]

Some Orion worlds had family royalty represented by kings, earls, dukes and barons. (FASA RPG - The Orions module: Book of Common Knowledge)

The feudal-like Lyran Star Empire had its own royal titles, including Lyran Dukes and Lyran Counts ruled by a King Emperor. (ST video game: Starfleet Command)

Ancient dukes on Vulcan believed in a code of honor and warred during the first and second dynasties. (ST - Vulcan's Soul novel: Exodus)

Romulans had this title. (TNG - Double Helix novel: red Sector)

Honorary dukedoms could be purchased from the MacMurray Empire. (TOS novel: The Galactic Whirlpool)

History[]

In the 18th century, Montgomery Scott met a Scottish duke and another duke's son. (TOS novel: Home Is the Hunter)

In the year 2267, Prince Raviki, having grown fond of Scott, said that he would name him a baron or a duke if Scott stayed on the planet Nukolee. (TOS comic: "A World Gone Mad")

A Preserver-seeded planet discovered in 2369 by the USS Enterprise was found to be in a feudal state, with towns ruled by dukes and grand dukes living in castles, though they acted more like warlords and sold people as property. (TNG novel: Here There Be Dragons)

In 2369, while interacting undercover on the planet Naora, William T. Riker was addressed as a duke, and Deanna Troi as a dutchess. (TNG - Strange New Worlds V short story: "The Farewell Gift")

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