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There is a clear line between a prince and an infante in Spain and Portugal; only the heirs to the throne were princes or princesses Asturias, Girona, Viana, Portugal, and Brazil and all the other sons were infantes.

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In the articles of Spanish infantes it is clearly infantes and never princes, see Category: So why do some of the articles of Category: Portuguese infantes listed as princes?

For instance, until I read Wikipedia, I had never heard any other reference in English for the renowned Portuguese explorer than " Prince Henry the Navigator ". An infante is a kind of prince just as a king is, i.

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Rather it is usually left untranslated or dropped altogether. I'm much less certain about members of earlier Portuguese dynasties, who are much more frequently going to just be called princes and princesses in English, and who come from a time when royal titulature was much less formalized.

An interesting note, when I read German publications more frequently than I do now, I would see members of the Spanish royal house as Prinz von Spanien and Prinzessin von Spanien.

Sometimes in other languages as well French. One title is of Spain and the other of the Asturias. I always did like the German distinction though, it is rather handy for princely families.

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Infante is use to refer to Spanish and Portuguese princes and Principe is the title used by the only the heir apparent of both kingdoms. I don't see why we can't use non English title.

What about all the forms of Marquess that exists on wikipedia? Technically, there are Princes and Princesses of Spain, in the pure English sense, where Spanish itself makes the distinction.

I think this is common English usage. Infante denotes any other sons other than the heir. I would use the term infantejust as I would use the term "count" rather than earl.

It was only later that they were seen to be equivalent. United Kingdom Peerage titles There is currently discussion going on over the titles for the people in the UK who have been given a peerage. Currently a large swathe of articles have the name of the person and then the title afterwards.

This is the case even if the person is clearly better known without the title. I would like to generate some discussion regarding what is deemed the most appropriate article name. This is because the person is known not for being a peer but for being a politician in general or a person which is notable outside of politics who then receives a peerage such as Floella Benjamin is still better known as Floella Benjamin and not Baroness Benjamin of Beckenham.

The additional title is confusing to those who are not known by the title Alan Sugar is still Alan Sugar and not Baron Sugar of Clapton. I believe the additional peerage title needs removing from all articles where the person is not commonly referred to by that title.

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The simpler titles are in accordance with Wikipedia's article titling practices generally; and in most of the cases where disambiguation is required, I think an ordinary bracketed disambiguator like " politician " would work better than the peerage title, since it would have more meaning to more people.

The argument has been made that the long titles are in accordance with what other works of reference do, but in my view the "titles" used by other works of reference correspond not to Wikipedia's article titles, but to the boldface name with which we begin the text of our articles.

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