Mademoiselle (abbreviated as Mlle or M<sup>lle</sup>) may refer to: Mademoiselle (title), the
French-language equivalent of "miss" (ma = "my" + demoiselle = "litt...
noun ma·de·moi·selle \ˌmad-mwə-ˈzel, ˌma-də-, -mə-ˈzel, sometimes mam-ˈ
zel\. —used like Miss as a title for a Frenchwoman who is not married.
As of February 21, 2012, the use of the word mademoiselle is prohibited from use
in official forms and registries in France. ("'Mademoiselle' Exits Official France", ...
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For the second time in just over a month, Mademoiselle
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Mademoiselle definition, (often initial capital letter) a French title of respect
equivalent to “Miss”, used in speaking to or of a girl or unmarried woman: ...
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Feb 22, 2012 ... PARIS — With nary a kiss to the hand nor tears of parting, the French government
this week bids adieu to “mademoiselle.” In a memo ...
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