Question: What is a German lady called?

Fräulein is the diminutive form of Frau, which was previously reserved only for married women. Frau is in origin the equivalent of My lady or Madam, a form of address of a noblewoman. Also, in East Germany, Fräulein continued in common usage until 1990.Fräulein is the diminutive form

What is a Furline?

Filters. With a lining made from fur. adjective.

What is the male version of Fraulein?

There is no male version of the German word that I and you write Fraulein, since our keyboards do not have the German umlauts. The word Fraulein is equivalent to the English word Miss, which refers to an unmarried woman. Though it is quite rarely used in English any more.

What is Mein Fraulein?

, mein Fräulein. [ ermahnend] , young lady. back to top | home.

What is a bar in Germany called?

Ratskeller, historically Rathskeller) is a name in German-speaking countries for a bar or restaurant located in the basement of a city hall (Rathaus) or nearby. Many taverns, nightclubs, bars, and similar establishments throughout the world use the term.

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