Etymology
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milady

by 1814, from French (by 1760); described in OED as "A continental rendering of 'my lady', used as an appellation in speaking to or of an English noblewoman or great lady."

updated on January 15, 2019

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Definitions of milady from WordNet

Milady (n.)
an English noblewoman;
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