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Noun
/ˈlādē/,
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ladies, plural;
  1. A woman (used as a polite or old-fashioned form of reference)
    • - I spoke to the lady at the travel agency
    • - a lady doctor
  2. A women's public toilet

  3. An informal, often brusque, form of address to a woman
    • - I'm sorry, lady, but you have the wrong number
  4. A woman of superior social position, esp. one of noble birth
    • - lords and ladies and royalty were once entertained at the house
  5. A courteous, decorous, or genteel woman
    • - his wife was a real lady, with such nice manners
  6. (in the UK) A title used by peeresses, female relatives of peers, the wives and widows of knights, etc
    • - Lady Caroline Lamb
  7. A man's wife
    • - welcoming the vice president and his lady
  8. A woman with whom a man is romantically or sexually involved
    • - the young man bought a rose for his lady
  9. A woman to whom a man, esp. a knight, is chivalrously devoted


  1. a polite name for any woman; "a nice lady at the library helped me"
  2. dame: a woman of refinement; "a chauffeur opened the door of the limousine for the grand lady"
  3. a woman of the peerage in Britain
  4. Łady is a village in the administrative district of Gmina Raszyn, within Pruszków County, Masovian Voivodeship, in east-central Poland. It lies approximately south-east of Raszyn, south-east of Pruszków, and south of Warsaw.
  5. The word lady is a polite term for a woman, specifically the female equivalent to, or spouse of, a lord or gentleman, and in many contexts a term for any adult woman. ...
  6. Lady is a compilation of songs from the band Styx's early recordings under the Wooden Nickel Records label. ...
  7. "Lady" is a song written by Dennis Wilson that was released with Daryl Dragon as "Dennis Wilson & Rumbo" in the United Kingdom on the 4th of December, 1970 on Stateside Records. The song served as the B-side of the "Sound of Free" single. However, the single was not issued in the United States. ...
  8. Devil May Cry is a series of video games set in the modern day, developed by Capcom, created by Hideki Kamiya, and produced by Shinji Mikami. ...
  9. "Lady (Hear Me Tonight)" is the debut single by French house duo Modjo, written and performed by producer Romain Tranchart and vocalist Yann Destagnol and released in 2000. ...
  10. "Lady" is a song with music by Larry Kusik and Charles Singleton and words by Bert Kaempfert and Herbert Rehbein. It was recorded by Jack Jones and released as a single in 1967. ...
  11. "Lady" is a song made famous by American country and pop music singer Kenny Rogers.
  12. The mistress of a household; A woman of breeding or higher class, a woman of authority; The feminine of lord; A title for someone married to a lord; A title for somebody married to a gentleman; A title that can be used instead of the formal terms of marchioness, countess, viscountess or ...
  13. An aristocratic title for a woman; the wife of a lord and/or a woman who holds the position in her own right; a title for a peeress, the wife of a peer or knight, and the daughters and daughters-in-law of certain peers; The title for the (primary) female deity in female-centered religions, for ...
  14. (ladies) toilets for women or girls
  15. (Lady’s) Nickname used for texas hold em hand Q-Q.
  16. (Ladies) The Queens. A pair of Queens is also known as Ladies.
  17. (Ladies) poker term for the 4 queens.
  18. (LADIES) Two Queens in your starting hand.
  19. (Ladies) A hand with 2 queens.
  20. (Ladies) A term used to describe two Queens.
  21. (Ladies) The official term for female competitors.
  22. (ladies) and encouraged my sister to have her regular dose of fish oil.   After my nephew ... be shared with all ladies, who still believe that fish oil plays an important role to cure post natal depression.   Here is some information for all those ladies who have a strong belief that fish ...
  23. A name for the Queen in a deck of cards.
  24. Someone who's done all their sailing on the Tribals
  25. Diana Frances Spencer (June 9, 1975 – July 29, 1981)