Definition of Senhora

1. n. A Portuguese title of courtesy given to a lady; Mrs.; Madam; also, a lady.



Definition of Senhora

1. a married Portuguese or Brazilian woman [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Senhora

senescence
senescences
senescent
senescent cell antigen
senesces
seneschal
seneschals
seneschalship
senescing
senga root
sengi
sengierite
sengis
sengreen
sengreens
senhora (current term)
senhoras
senhores
senhorita
senhoritas
senhors
senicide
senie
senile
senile amyloidosis
senile arteriosclerosis
senile atrophoderma
senile atrophy
senile cataract
senile chorea

Literary usage of Senhora

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1. Travels in the Interior of Brazil: Principally Through the Northern by George Gardner (1846)
"... of Wild Honey —Description of several kinds of Bees—Reaches Nossa senhora d'Ampara—Mato ... senhora ..."

2. Thayer Expedition by Charles Frederick Hartt (1870)
"Nossa senhora da Penha. — Victoria. — Decomposition of Gneiss and Formation of Boulders of Decomposition. — Recent Rise of the Coast. ..."

3. Thayer Expedition by Charles Frederick Hartt (1870)
"Nossa senhora da Penha. — Victoria. — Decomposition of Gneiss and Formation of Boulders of Decomposition. — Recent Rise of the Coast. ..."

4. Portuguese Architecture by Walter Crum Watson (1908)
"... Guimaraes. had taken at Aljubarrota to the church of Nossa senhora da Oliviera at Guimaraes, which he rebuilt from the designs of Juan Garcia of Toledo. ..."

5. Portuguese Architecture by Walter Crum Watson (1908)
"... Guimaraes. had taken at Aljubarrota to the church of Nossa senhora da Oliviera at Guimaraes, which he rebuilt from the designs of Juan Garcia of Toledo. ..."

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