Definitions for Madamˈmæd əm; meɪˈdæm, -ˈdɑm
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dame, madam, ma'am, lady, gentlewoman(noun)
a woman of refinement
"a chauffeur opened the door of the limousine for the grand lady"
madam, brothel keeper(noun)
a woman who runs a house of prostitution
A polite form of address for a woman or lady.
The mistress of a household.
A conceited or quarrelsome girl.
Selina kept pushing and shoving during musical chairs. The nursery school teacher said she was a bad-tempered little madam.
A woman who runs a brothel.
When she was getting too old to work as a prostitute she became a madam.
Origin: From madame, from ma ‘my’ + dame ‘lady’, from post-classical Latin mea domina.
a gentlewoman; -- an appellation or courteous form of address given to a lady, especially an elderly or a married lady; -- much used in the address, at the beginning of a letter, to a woman. The corresponding word in addressing a man is Sir
Madam, or madame, is a polite form of address for women, often contracted to "ma'am". The abbreviation is "Mme" and the plural is mesdames. The term was borrowed from the French madame, which means "my lady".
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Translations for Madam
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- سيدة, سيدتي, أستاذةArabic
- спадарыня, паніBelarusian
- Puffmutter, FrauGerman
- مادام, خانمPersian
- साहिबा, महोदया, श्रीमती, मैडमHindi
- asszonyom, hölgyemHungarian
- signora, padrona di casa, madamaItalian
- horemamma, frue, bordellmammaNorwegian
- burdelmama, paniPolish
- madama, cafetina, madamePortuguese
- мадам, сударыня, госпожа, барыня, дамаRussian
- min fruSwedish
- hanımefendi, mamaTurkish
- inkosikazi, unkosikazi, umaZulu
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