chieftainess


Related to chieftainess: also-ran

chief·tain·ess

 (chēf′tə-nəs)
n.
A woman chieftain.

chieftainess

(ˈtʃiːftənˌɛs)
n
(Anthropology & Ethnology) a female chieftain
References in classic literature ?
You ask me, my father, to tell you the tale of the youth of Umslopogaas, holder of the iron Chieftainess, the axe Groan-maker, who was named Bulalio the Slaughterer, and of his love for Nada, the most beautiful of Zulu women.
Few have known it, for I have kept it locked in my breast, lest, thought I live now under the law of the White Man, and the Great Queen is my chieftainess, an assegai still might find this heart did any know my name.
Mwiinde said the contractors had already worked on a stretch of 35 kilometres of the temporary road from Monze-Niko Road main junction to Lubiya Dam in Chieftainess Choongo s area.
In December, The Times reported that Reuters and AP had installed at least three closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras at Chieftainess Nokwanele Balizulu's home, providing a direct view of the entrance to Mandela's house in Qunu, News24 reports.
Our request, Chieftainess, is that you should consider this child by talking to his father, by advising him to fight, because without doing that, he'll literally be hanging Thabo alive.
She waited; a chieftainess with her eyes on the hills.
Louvaina had introduced Maugham to the chieftainess in a village on the south coast of Tahiti, from whom he learned of a Gauguin painting on the glass panes of a native's hut in the district of Mataiea .
One of the first high schools at Tsheseng has been named after the Batlokwa chieftainess, Manthatisi.
Works are all set to commence shortly, for setting up a bridge across the Kafue River in Chieftainess Chiawa's area in Chirundu.