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English

Etymology

From Old French ma dame (my lady).

Pronunciation

Noun

Singular
madame

Plural
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  1. madam

French

Etymology

From Old French ma dame (my lady).

Pronunciation

Noun

madame f. (plural mesdames)

  1. a title or form of address for a woman
  2. madam, Mrs.

See also


Italian

Noun

madame f.

  1. Plural form of madama.

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