Definitions for MAIDmeɪd

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. maid, maidservant, housemaid, amah(noun)

    a female domestic

  2. maid, maiden(noun)

    an unmarried girl (especially a virgin)


  1. maid(Noun)

    A girl or an unmarried young woman; maiden.

    Note -- maid is often used in the common or species names of flowering plants.

  2. maid(Noun)

    A female servant or cleaner (short for maidservant).

  3. maid(Noun)

    A virgin of either gender.

  4. Origin: mayde, maide, abbreviation of maiden.

Webster Dictionary

  1. Maid(noun)

    an unmarried woman; usually, a young unmarried woman; esp., a girl; a virgin; a maiden

  2. Maid(noun)

    a man who has not had sexual intercourse

  3. Maid(noun)

    a female servant

  4. Maid(noun)

    the female of a ray or skate, esp. of the gray skate (Raia batis), and of the thornback (R. clavata)

  5. Origin: [Shortened from maiden. . See Maiden.]


  1. Maid

    A maid, or housemaid or maidservant, is a female person employed in domestic service. Although now usually found only in the most wealthy of households, in the Victorian era domestic service was the second largest category of employment in England and Wales, after agricultural work.

British National Corpus

  1. Nouns Frequency

    Rank popularity for the word 'MAID' in Nouns Frequency: #2737

Anagrams for MAID »

  1. amid, diam, diam.

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From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary

  • فتاة, خادمةArabic
  • plac'h, merc'hBreton
  • criadaCatalan, Valencian
  • služkaCzech
  • merch, rhiain, morwyn, genethWelsh
  • Dienstmädchen, MädchenGerman
  • servistinoEsperanto
  • asistenta, doncella, gata, chopa, sirvienta, empleada doméstica, chacha, señora de servicio, criada, mucama, nacha, muchacha de servicio, doméstica, cachifa, nana, señorita, muca, fregona, asesora del hogar, choleraSpanish
  • palvelustyttö, piika, neitoFinnish
  • domestique, bonne, demoiselle, servante, bonne à tout faire, jeune filleFrench
  • ainnir, cailín, maighdeanIrish
  • maighdeann, ban-òglach, òigh, gruagach, rìbhinn, ainnirScottish Gaelic
  • עלמהHebrew
  • लड़की, नौकरानीHindi
  • szobalányHungarian
  • աղախին, օրիորդArmenian
  • serviente, seniorettaInterlingua
  • bantu, babuIndonesian
  • damzeloIdo
  • signorina, camerieraItalian
  • 女中, メイド, 少女Japanese
  • 少女, 下女, 하녀, 소녀Korean
  • puellaLatin
  • कामवाली बाई, बाईMarathi
  • meisje, dienstmeid, meidDutch
  • tjenestejente, pike, stuepikeNorwegian
  • pannaPolish
  • servente, moça, empregada, donzelaPortuguese
  • горничная, дева, девушка, девица, служанкаRussian
  • biigaNorthern Sami
  • moma, djevojka, djeva, služavka, мома, девојка, sluškinja, собарица, дева, sobarica, дјевојка, дјева, служавка, слушкиња, devojka, devaSerbo-Croatian
  • jungfru, hembiträde, möSwedish
  • wafanyikazi, mfanyikaziSwahili
  • పనిపిల్ల, కన్యTelugu
  • نوکرانی, لڑکیUrdu
  • 少女, con gái, thiếu nữ, hầu gái, đầy tớ gáiVietnamese

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