Definition of milady in English:

milady

Pronunciation /məˈlādē/ /məˈleɪdi/ /mīˈlādē/ /maɪˈleɪdi/

Translate milady into Spanish

nounmiladies

historical, humorous
  • Used to address or refer to an English noblewoman or great lady.

    ‘I went off to milady's boudoir’
    • ‘Mistress Dina said my milady must come to the queen's private quarters right away.’
    • ‘Yes, milady, and the prophesy is being fulfilled at the moment!’
    • ‘Do not fall in love with a knight, milady, or you shall sleep with the rats as well.’
    • ‘My name is Pippa, and please milady, I am taught to address you as such.’
    • ‘If only you weren't so tanned, milady, you'd be more beautiful than any court lady!’

Origin

Late 18th century via French from English my lady; compare with milord.