Associations to the word «Lady»
LADY, noun. (historical) The mistress of a household.
LADY, noun. A woman of breeding or higher class, a woman of authority.
LADY, noun. The feminine of lord.
LADY, noun. A title for someone married to a lord.
LADY, noun. A title for somebody married to a gentleman.
LADY, noun. A title that can be used instead of the formal terms of marchioness, countess, viscountess, or baroness.
LADY, noun. (polite or used by children) A woman: an adult female human.
LADY, noun. (in the plural) A polite reference or form of address to women.
LADY, noun. (slang) Used to address a female.
LADY, noun. (ladies' or ladies) Toilets intended for use by women.
LADY, noun. (familiar) A wife or girlfriend; a sweetheart.
LADY, noun. A woman to whom the particular homage of a knight was paid; a woman to whom one is devoted or bound.
LADY, noun. (slang) A queen (the playing card).
LADY, noun. (dated) (attributive) (with a professional title) Who is a woman.
LADY, noun. (Wicca) Alternative form of Lady.
LADY, noun. The triturating apparatus in the stomach of a lobster, consisting of calcareous plates; so called from a fancied resemblance to a seated female figure.
LADY, noun. (UK) (slang) A five-pound note. (Rhyming slang, Lady Godiva for fiver.)
LADY, noun. An aristocratic title for a woman; the wife of a lord and/or a woman who holds the position in her own right; a title for a peeress, the wife of a peer or knight, and the daughters and daughters-in-law of certain peers.
LADY, noun. (UK) (birdwatching) Lady Amherst's pheasant.
LADY, noun. (Wicca) A high priestess.
LADY, proper noun. The title for the (primary) female deity in female-centered religions.
LADY, proper noun. (in particular) The major supernatural figurehead in the Wiccan religion, a triune goddess split into the Mother, Maiden, and Crone.
LADY ABBESS, noun. (rare) (obsolete) (euphemistic) A bawd, the mistress of a brothel.
LADY ABBESSES, noun. Plural of lady abbess
LADY AMHERST'S PHEASANT, noun. (UK) a colourful pheasant, Chrysolophus amherstiae, indigenous to China but also found in Bedfordshire.
LADY BEETLE, noun. A coccinellid (ladybird or ladybug).
LADY BEETLES, noun. Plural of lady beetle
LADY BONER, noun. Alternative form of ladyboner
LADY BONERS, noun. Plural of lady boner
LADY BOUNTIFUL, noun. A rich and generous woman.
LADY BOUNTIFUL, noun. (derogatory) An over-patronising woman, showing off her wealth by acts of 'overwhelming' generosity.
LADY BOY, noun. Alternative spelling of ladyboy
LADY BOYS, noun. Plural of lady boy
LADY CAMPBELL, noun. The plant Echium plantagineum.
LADY CHAPEL, noun. A chapel dedicated to the Virgin Mary.
LADY CRAB, noun. Any of various crabs known for their elegant appearance or colouring.
LADY CRABS, noun. Plural of lady crab
LADY CURZON SOUP, noun. A soup made with sea turtle meat (or now sometimes mussels), cream, curry powder, and sherry.
LADY DAY, noun. 25th March, an English quarter day.
LADY DAY, noun. 25th March, Christian holy day, the Annunciation of the Virgin Mary.
LADY DAYS, noun. Plural of Lady Day
LADY FERN, noun. A fern of the species Athyrium filix-femina, native throughout the temperate Northern Hemisphere.
LADY FERN, noun. Other similar ferns of genus Athyrium.
LADY FRIEND, noun. A female friend (used to avoid the possible ambiguity of the term girlfriend)
LADY FRIEND, noun. (euphemistic) A more quaint term for girlfriend, often used ironically.
LADY FRIENDS, noun. Plural of lady friend
LADY GARDEN, noun. (slang) (idiomatic) A woman's pubic hair, and the area around it.
LADY GARDENS, noun. Plural of lady garden
LADY JUSTICE, proper noun. In a mythological personification, justice symbolized as a blindfolded young lady, similar to Lady Luck.
LADY JUSTICE, proper noun. A female judge, as in "Her Lady Justice."
LADY KILLER, noun. Alternative spelling of lady-killer
LADY KILLERS, noun. Plural of lady killer
LADY LIBERTY, proper noun. In a mythological personification, liberty symbolized as a young lady, holding up a torch.
LADY LUCK, proper noun. A personification of luck.
LADY LUMPS, noun. (slang) Breasts.
LADY MCLEOD, noun. Nickname for a local stamp inscribed "L. MCl." to represent the ship Lady McLeod, produced by David Bryce, the owner of the ship, in Trinidad in 1847. It was the first stamp produced in a British colony, but is considered by many to be a Cinderella.
LADY MUCK, proper noun. (UK) An appellation given to a woman who behaves in a perceived aristocratic manner
LADY OF LEISURE, noun. A lady who is of independent means and so does not need employment; one who is free from duties and responsibilities.
LADY OF LEISURE, noun. (ironic) An unemployed female or one who has retired from work.
LADY OF LEISURE, noun. (euphemistic) A prostitute.
LADY OF LIGHT VIRTUE, noun. (euphemistic) A slut or prostitute.
LADY OF THE NIGHT, noun. (idiomatic) prostitute
LADY OR TIGER, noun. (idiomatic) A pure gamble with highly divergent outcomes.
LADY PALM, noun. Any of the palms of the genus Rhapis.
LADY PALMS, noun. Plural of lady palm
LADY PARAMOUNT, noun. (archery) The lady who achieves the best score in archery.
LADY PARTS, noun. (slang) (euphemism) vulva
LADY SMOCK, noun. The cuckoo-flower, Cardamine pratensis.
LADY SMOCKS, noun. Plural of lady smock
LADY WHO LUNCHES, noun. (chiefly in the plural) A lady who is affluent and thus able to have lunch with other such ladies in relatively expensive restaurants.
LADY, noun. A polite name for any woman; "a nice lady at the library helped me".
LADY, noun. A woman of refinement; "a chauffeur opened the door of the limousine for the grand lady".
LADY, noun. A woman of the peerage in Britain.
The right word may be effective, but no word was ever as effective as a rightly timed pause.