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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fr%C3%A4ulein

Fräulein is the German language honorific previously in common use for unmarried women, comparable to Miss in English. Description[edit]. Fräulein is the ...

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Does Fräulein imply that the woman being addressed is not fully a Frau? Does it imply a lower class status? word-choice nouns politeness ...

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Fräulein as a formal address for an unmarried woman is now uncommon and considered disrespectful and sexist by some. Frau is the normal address for all ...

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Jul 12, 2006 ... However, this is a pretty old word nobody uses anymore, except for grandparents . My grandmother said:" Fräulein, the bill please." and the ...

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English[edit]. Alternative forms[edit]. Fraulein. Etymology[edit]. Borrowing from German Fräulein. Noun[edit]. fraulein (plural frauleins). A young (German) woman.

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Fraulein definition, an unmarried woman. See more.

www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/fr%C3%A4ulein

Define fräulein: an unmarried German woman —used as a title equivalent to Miss .

www.collinsdictionary.com/us/dictionary/english/fraulein

`You At the Embassy Fräulein Klose was waiting in her office. Taylor, Andy TOY SHOP`Mon Colonel, you owe me an explanation about the nature of the ...

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Nov 30, 2010 ... I have done searches for Fraulein by Hank Locklin and it always brings up videos of Fraulein by Bobby Helms with Hank Locklin's picture on it.

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Used as a courtesy title in a German-speaking area before the name of an unmarried woman or girl. See Usage Note at miss2. 2. fräulein Used as a form of  ...