dairymaid

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dair·y·maid

 (dâr′ē-mād′)
n.
A woman or girl who works in a dairy.

dairymaid

(ˈdɛərɪˌmeɪd)
n
(Agriculture) (esp formerly) a girl or woman who works in a dairy, esp one who milks cows and makes butter and cheese on a farm

dair•y•maid

(ˈdɛər iˌmeɪd)

n.
a girl or woman employed in a dairy.
[1590–1600]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.dairymaid - a woman who works in a dairydairymaid - a woman who works in a dairy  
farm worker, farmhand, field hand, fieldhand - a hired hand on a farm
Translations

dairymaid

[ˈdɛərɪmeɪd] Nlechera f

dairymaid

[ˈdɛərɪˌmeɪd] noperaia di caseificio
References in classic literature ?
Following her habit, my young lady descended early, and visited the kitchen: I watched her go to the door, on the arrival of a certain little boy; and, while the dairymaid filled his can, she tucked something into his jacket pocket, and plucked something out.
And as for staying tea, I can't hear of it; for there's this dairymaid, now she knows she's to be married, turned Michaelmas, she'd as lief pour the new milk into the pig-trough as into the pans.
I will dress as a dairymaid, and have a little pail to carry milk in.
And as to that Betty as was dairymaid at Trent's before she come to me, she'd ha' left the cheeses without turning from week's end to week's end, and the dairy thralls, I might ha' wrote my name on 'em, when I come downstairs after my illness, as the doctor said it was inflammation--it was a mercy I got well of it.
Green at that very time about your mother's dairymaid, by her desire, and had promised John Groom to write to Mrs.
He listened, too, to the ballads sung by Peggy, the dairymaid, and to the wild music of the blind harper, Turlogh O'Carolan, the last Irish minstrel.
Our dairymaid here is the farmer's second daughter.
He returned, and announced that the dairymaid was then at the farm.
The only visitor was our dairymaid, who, as I told you, is one of Mr.
Miss Halcombe showed me, by a look, that she understood, and put the question as soon as the dairymaid returned to us.
He would appear abruptly in certain lanes and fields - greeting labourers, posing questions and bothering dairymaids - before vanishing completely with neither trace nor explanation.
Glynne began her career in 1908 on stage in a play called The Dairymaids at the Princes Theatre in Manchester.