1. Osoba ženskog pola, ženska.
Hinged face guard on a helmet
A hat made of beaver fur or similar material; SYN. castor.
A movable piece of armor on a medieval helmet used to protect the lower face.
A full beard.
1. A name used in calling a hen or chicken.
2. A hired girl or cleaning woman
3. usually disparaging; woman; especially; an elderly woman
British; girl, woman
Slang term for a woman
Chiefly Scottish; woman; especially; an old woman
ETYM French dame, Late Lat. domna, from Latin domina mistress, lady, fem. of dominus master, ruler, lord; akin to domare to tame, subdue. Related to Tame, Dam a mother, Dan, Danger, Dungeon, Dominie, Don, Duenna.
In the UK honors system, the title of a woman who has been awarded the Order of the Bath, Order of St Michael and St George, Royal Victorian Order, or Order of the British Empire.
It is also in law the legal title of the wife or widow of a knight or baronet, placed before her name.
1. A woman of refinement; SYN. madam, madame, ma'am, lady, gentlewoman.
2. Informal terms for a (young) woman; SYN. doll, wench, skirt, chick, bird.
ETYM Old Eng. distaf, dysestafe, AS. distaef; cf. LG. diesse the bunch of flax on a distaff, and Eng. dizen. Related to Staff.
1. The sphere of work by women.
2. The staff on which wool or flax is wound before spinning.
Relating to the female branch of a family or women's work.
1. A Portuguese or Brazilian woman of rank — used as a title prefixed to the Christian name.
1. A Spanish woman of rank — used as a title prefixed to the Christian name.
Sinonimi: female person
ETYM Old Eng. femel, femal, French femelle, from Latin femella, dim. of femina woman. Related to Feminine.
1. A person who belongs to the sex that can have babies; SYN. female person.
2. An animal that produces gametes (ova) that can be fertilized by male gametes (spermatozoa).
(French) woman. femme fatale, “fatal woman”; woman exercising fatal fascination, or seemingly dogged by fate. femme savante, learned woman; bluestocking.
Sinonimi: brothel keeper
1. A woman who runs a house of prostitution; SYN. brothel keeper.
2. Mistress — used as a title formerly with the given name but now with the surname or especially with a designation of rank or office
3. The female head of a house of prostitution
4. The female head of a household; wife
A female person or animal — often used in combination
Sinonimi: married woman
ETYM Old Eng. wif, AS. wif; akin to OFries. and OS. wif, Dutch wijf, German weib, Old High Germ. wîb, Icel. vîf, Dan. viv; and perhaps to Skr. vip excited, agitated, inspired, vip to tremble, Latin vibrare to vibrate.
(Irregular plural: wives).
A married woman; a man's partner in marriage; SYN. married woman.
A person who lacks confidence, is irresolute and wishy-washy; SYN. chicken, crybaby.
Sinonimi: adult female
ETYM Old Eng. woman, womman, wumman, wimman, wifmon, as. wîfmann, wîmmann; wîf woman, wife + mann a man. Related to Wife, and Man.
(Irregular plural: women).
1. An adult female person (as opposed to a man); SYN. adult female.
2. (Informal) A female person who plays a significant role (wife or mistress or girlfriend) in the life of a particular man.