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signorina

noun si·gno·ri·na \ˌsē-nyə-ˈrē-nə\
plural si·gno·ri·nas or si·gno·ri·ne\-(ˌ)nā\

Definition of SIGNORINA

:  an unmarried Italian woman —used as a title equivalent to Miss

Origin of SIGNORINA

Italian, from diminutive of signora
First Known Use: 1820

Other Forms of Address Terms

appellation, beatitude, brethren, emeritus, esquire, sire, sous

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