mademoiselle

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from French mademoiselle.

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mademoiselle (plural mademoiselles or mesdemoiselles)

  1. Courtesy title for an unmarried woman in France or a French-speaking country.
  2. (jocular or affected) A young woman or girl, especially one who is French or French-speaking.

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Etymology[edit]

ma +‎ demoiselle Contraction of ma demoiselle (my little lady).

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Noun[edit]

mademoiselle f (plural mesdemoiselles or mademoiselles)

  1. Miss (as a form of address)

Noun[edit]

mademoiselle f (plural demoiselles)

  1. Miss (as a title with a name)

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