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What does Esq mean?
Esquire (Esq.) is a title of respect or dignity added after a man’s full name when no other title is used, typically in the address of a letter or other documents. In the United States, the title is added after the full name of a man or woman who is a lawyer. The title is preceded by a comma, after the full name.
Nikola Tesla, Esq.
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