Queen

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English[edit]

Proper noun[edit]

Queen

  1. A title given to queens.
    Queen Elizabeth II
  2. In Commonwealth countries, the state, as symbolized by the queen, particularly in legal matters.
    Her Majesty the Queen v. Smith, style of cause of a criminal case.
  3. A surname, originating as a nickname

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from English queen.

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Noun[edit]

Queen f (genitive Queen, plural Queens)

  1. The Queen of England (and various political superstructures which contain England)
  2. (colloquial) woman who, in a certain environment, enjoys special attention
  3. (homosexual slang) queen; effeminate homosexual man

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