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- Form of address, now used chiefly for an unmarried woman; used chiefly of girls before the mid-1700s, and thereafter used also of adult women without regard to marital status until the 1800s.
- Form of address for a teacher or a waitress.
- Excuse me, Miss, Donny's been pinching my pencils again.
- When referring to people with the same name, either of two forms may be used: Misses Brown or Miss Browns.
- Both Miss and Mrs are frequently replaced by Ms in current usage.
- The use of Miss with a first name only, as in Miss Julia was common in the Southern U.S. only. Elsewhere only the full or last names were possible: Miss Brown, Miss Julia Brown.
- (titles) (of a man): Mr (Mister, mister), Sir (sir); (of a woman): Ms (Miz, mizz), Mrs (Mistress, mistress), Miss (miss), Dame (dame), (of a non-binary person): Mx (Mixter); (see also): Dr (Doctor, doctor), Madam (madam, ma'am) (Category: en:Titles)
- Miß (superseded)
Miss f (genitive Miss, plural Misses)
- title for a beauty queen
- Misswahl (“beauty contest”)