9 thoughts on “ Madam-moiselle

  1. First Known Use of mademoiselle 15th century, in the meaning defined at sense 1 History and Etymology for mademoiselle Middle English madamoiselle, from Middle French, from Old French ma damoisele, literally, my (young) lady.
  2. mes·de·moi·selles [mey-duh-muh-zel, meyd-mwuh-zel; French meyd-mwa-zel]. (often initial capital letter) a French title of respect equivalent to “Miss”, used in speaking to or of a girl or unmarried woman: Mademoiselle Lafitte.
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  4. mademoiselle - small silvery drumfish often mistaken for white perch; found along coasts of United States from New York to Mexico Bairdiella chrysoura, silver perch drumfish, drum - small to medium-sized bottom-dwelling food and game fishes of shallow coastal and fresh waters that make a drumming noise Bairdiella, genus Bairdiella - drumfish.
  5. Mademoiselle (abbreviated as Mlle or Mlle) may refer to: Mademoiselle (title), the French-language equivalent of the title "miss" Mademoiselle (magazine), a defunct American women's magazine Mademoiselle ( film), a French-British drama directed by Tony Richardson.
  6. Jan 07,  · mademoiselle (plural mademoiselles or mesdemoiselles) Courtesy title for an unmarried woman in France or a French-speaking country. (jocular or affected) A young woman or girl, especially one who is French or French-speaking. quotations ▼.
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  9. Jun 03,  · Mademoiselle is one of the most dedicated portrayals of female malice ever brought to screen. It is the femme fatale made real, and without any puritanical come-uppance to relegate her to the realms of noir fantasy. David Watkin's (The Devils, Chariots of Fire, Out of Africa) dreamlike photography icily dramatises the charged eroticism/10(K).

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