A man or boy who is a member of the gentry in England ranking directly below a knight.
You sir, are a man or boy who is a member of the gentry in England ranking directly below a knight. You truly are an esquire.
by Stasm October 26, 2006
The title Esquire, abbreviated Esq. is used in the U.S. after a person's last name to indicate that they are a licensed Attorney or Lawyer able to practice law, give legal advice and perform legal services.
by Okaythen August 19, 2018
a title of respect for a member of the English gentry ranking just below a knight; placed after the name.

Also sounds super cool and makes you feel important. So put it after your name, and be cool... like me.
My name is Hendel, Jon Hendel ESQ.
by Jonathan January 17, 2005
1. a guy between knight and gentleman
2. a men's magazine
1. Ah, again that cocksuckage esquire! More tea, darling?
2. Jimmy reads Esquire he's so cute and trendy
by bouncy May 1, 2007
The friend of a hooker. Derived from the merging of the words escort (high class hooker) and squire (used as a term of endearment towards a friend).
"I was mates with Judy for 3 months before I realized she was on the game, guess that makes me her esquire".
by mr.nh October 24, 2010
To be Esquired is to have passed the bar exam and be admitted to the Bar!
My bright and talented and awesome friend Amy just got her bar exam result and passed and is now officially esquired!
by jmspaesq November 11, 2010
The esquire for the trip would have saved us at least 4 hours had we taken the boat instead of the pick up truck!!!
by Esquirer July 14, 2009