Lieutenant of the Tower, n.
Pronunciation: /lɛftɛnənt əv ðə taʊə(r)/
Etymology: lieutenant n. + of prep. + the adj. + tower n.
1. Hist. An officer who, in the 16th and 17th cents., exacted guard duty and had a right to muster a militia from a large area of East London known as the Tower Hamlets. 6 more words