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The Native peoples of the Americas do not have noble titles or rank system. Even words such as 'Chief' are not accurate, as they are translations of original words into European languages (Usually English). These are titles of respect, in the Inuit language, which will be recorded and placed on file for you. None of them are any better or higher than any of the others as, in New Guinea, and under tribal law, all men are truly equal. Titles of respect that require ceremonies or other special treatment will be priced accordingly. If a title requires your physical presence, and you are unable to travel, arrangements will be made or your money refunded.
Nobility is a historical, social and often legal notion, which should not be confused with socio-economic status which is mainly statistical based on income and possessions. Being wealthy or influential does not automatically make one a noble, nor are all nobles wealthy and influential (aristocratic families have lost their fortunes in various ways, and the concept of the 'poor nobleman' is almost as old as nobility itself).
IMPORTANT NOTE: These are actual (real) Titles of Nobility awarded by the New Guinea Royal Family and may be denied and your money refunded, as is their right.
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