Associations to the word «Maid»
MAID, noun. (dated or poetic) A girl or an unmarried young woman; maiden.
MAID, noun. A female servant or cleaner (short for maidservant).
MAID, noun. (archaic) A virgin of either gender.
MAID CAFÉ, noun. A novelty restaurant, originating in and found predominately in Japan, in which guests are served by waitresses in maid costumes, who treat them as masters/mistresses in a private home rather than as restaurant patrons.
MAID CAFE, noun. Alternative spelling of maid café
MAID CAFÉS, noun. Plural of maid café
MAID CAFES, noun. Plural of maid cafe
MAID CHILD, noun. (archaic) A young female human; a girl.
MAID CHILDREN, noun. Plural of maid child
MAID OF HONOR, noun. The primary woman who attends the bride at a wedding ceremony.
MAID OF HONOUR, noun. (dated) An unmarried noblewoman who was the attendant of a queen or princess
MAID OF HONOUR, noun. The chief bridesmaid at a wedding
MAID, noun. A female domestic.
MAID, noun. An unmarried girl (especially a virgin).
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