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Definition of Mesdames

Mesdames
Mesdames Mes`dames" (F. ?, E. ?), n., pl. of Madame and Madam.
Mesdames
Madam Mad"am, n.; pl. Madams, or Mesdames. [See Madame.] A gentlewoman; -- an appellation or courteous form of address given to a lady, especially an elderly or a married lady; -- much used in the address, at the beginning of a letter, to a woman. The corresponding word in addressing a man is Sir.
Mesdames
Madame Ma`dame", n.; pl. Mesdames. [F., fr. ma my (L. mea) + dame dame. See Dame, and cf. Madonna.] My lady; -- a French title formerly given to ladies of quality; now, in France, given to all married women. --Chaucer.

Meaning of Mesdames from wikipedia

- Mesdames (French pronunciation: ​[mɛdam], My Ladies) is a form of address for several adult females. In the 18th century, Mesdames de France was used to...
- (2018), reached number two on the SNEP album chart. In 2020, he released Mesdames (Ladies), featuring ten duets with women, which topped the French chart...
- later became Madame Sophie. She and her sisters were collectively known as Mesdames. Sophie is less well known than many of her sisters. Her birth at the Palace...
- Household of the Mesdames aînées, ('Elder Mesdames') but were given their own Household of the Mesdames cadettes, ('Younger Mesdames') headed by...
- Méfiez-vous, mesdames! (English title: Be Careful, Ladies!) is a 1963 French comedy film directed by André Hunebelle. The screenplay was written by Pierre...
- the Household of the Mesdames aînées ('Elder Mesdames'). The sisters had two ladies-in-waiting (dame pour accompagner Mesdames). Two years later, they...
- Mesdames de la Halle is an opérette bouffe in one act by Jacques Offenbach, with a libretto by Armand Lapointe. It was first performed at the Théâtre des...
- a commonly used plural for Miss. The plural of Mrs is from the French: Mesdames. This may be used as-is in written correspondence, or it may be abbreviated...
- N'écoutez pas, mesdames ! (Don't Listen, Ladies!) is a three-act comedy by Sacha Guitry, premiered at the Théâtre de la Madeleine on 23 May 1942. Sacha...
- lady". In French, the abbreviation is "Mme" or "Mme" and the plural is mesdames (abbreviated "Mmes" or "Mmes"). These terms ultimately derive from the...