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Billie Holiday U.S. jazz singer, also known as Lady Day; born Eleanora Fagan (b.1915--d.1959).
doņa (cap.) Lady or Madam; a title of respect or courtesy used before a married woman's name in Spain or other Spanish-speaking countries. [2 definitions]
Eleanor Roosevelt civil rights activist, diplomat, and First Lady to President Franklin Roosevelt from 1933 to 1945; born Anna Eleanor Roosevelt (b.1884--d.1962).
Godiva an eleventh-century English noblewoman who, according to legend, rode naked through the streets of Coventry to win relief for the people from a burdensome tax; Lady Godiva.
grande dame (French) a grand or great lady, esp. one of advanced age; lady of aristocratic manner.
lady-in-waiting a lady of a royal court who serves a queen or princess.
ladylike like, characteristic of, or befitting a lady; cultivated; refined; well-bred. [1/2 definitions]
ladyship (often cap.) the title used when referring or speaking directly to a woman with the rank of lady (often prec. by Her or Your). [2 definitions]
milady used as a title for an English noblewoman or lady. [1/2 definitions]