Various honorifics appear in the series and are used in a similar manner as the real world. Abbreviations are not used and honorifics are fully spelled out.
- Main article: Physician
Madam is primarily used for a married woman, although it is used several times in addressing Europe, an unmarried woman. Opera Gelderwine adopted it as her means of address in order to fend off potential suitors.
Master is used in several contexts:
- as part of a senior title or position, such as Master-of-Clerks
- for an instructor or teacher
- as a form of address for a young man
Cinnamon is also referred to as Master Sparrow in several instances.
Mister can be used for a male of any age unless he is a peer.
Monsiere is the Etaine equivalent of Mister and is derived from Monsieur.
- Main article: Surgeon
Surgeon is used by a qualified surgeon.