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prin·cess

 (prĭn′sĭs, -sĕs′, prĭn-sĕs′)
n.
1. A woman member of a royal family other than the monarch, especially a daughter of a monarch.
2.
a. A woman who is a ruler of a principality.
b. A woman who is a hereditary ruler; a queen.
3. A noblewoman of varying status or rank.
4. The wife of a prince.
5. A woman regarded as having the status or qualities of a princess.
adj.
Designed to hang in smooth, close-fitting, unbroken lines from shoulder to flared hem: a princess dress.

[Middle English princesse, from Old French, feminine of prince, prince; see prince.]

princess

(prɪnˈsɛs)
n
1. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in Britain) a daughter of the sovereign or of one of the sovereign's sons
2. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a nonreigning female member of a sovereign family
3. (Government, Politics & Diplomacy) the wife and consort of a prince
4. any very attractive or outstanding woman
5. (Clothing & Fashion) Also called: princess dress or princess line a style of dress with a fitted bodice and an A-line skirt that is shaped by seams from shoulder to hem without a seam at the waistline

prin•cess

(ˈprɪn sɪs, -sɛs, prɪnˈsɛs)

n.
1. a nonreigning female member of a royal family.
2. the wife and consort of a prince.
3. (in Great Britain) a daughter of the sovereign or of a son of the sovereign.
4. a woman or girl regarded or treated as a princess: a middle-class American princess.
5. Archaic. a female monarch or queen.
adj.
6. Also, prin′cesse. (of a woman's dress, coat, or the like) styled with a close-fitting bodice and flared skirt, cut in single pieces, as gores, from shoulder to hem.
[1350–1400; Middle English < Middle French]
usage: See -ess.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.princess - a female member of a royal family other than the queen (especially the daughter of a sovereign)princess - a female member of a royal family other than the queen (especially the daughter of a sovereign)
royal family, royal house, royal line, royalty - royal persons collectively; "the wedding was attended by royalty"
archduchess - a wife or widow of an archduke or a princess of the former ruling house of Austria
aristocrat, blue blood, patrician - a member of the aristocracy
crown princess - a female heir apparent to a throne
maharanee, maharani - a great rani; a princess in India or the wife of a maharaja
princess royal - the eldest daughter of a British sovereign

princess

noun ruler, lady, monarch, sovereign, liege, crowned head, crowned princess, dynast, princess regent the Princess of Wales
Translations
أَمِيرَةالأميرَهزَوجَة أو أرمَلَة الأمير، أميرَه
princeznakněžna
prinsesse
prinsessa
princeza
prinsessa
王女
공주
kňažnáprincezná
kraljičnaprincesa
prinsessa
เจ้าหญิง
công chúa

princess

[prɪnˈses] N (= royal) → princesa f
Princess Victoriala Princesa Victoria
the Princess Royalla princesa real
the Princess of Walesla Princesa de Gales
see also crown C

princess

[ˌprɪnˈsɛs] nprincesse f
Princess Anne → la princesse Anne

princess

nPrinzessin f; (= wife of ruler)Fürstin f

princess

[prɪnˈsɛs] nprincipessa

prince

(prins) noun
1. a male member of a royal family, especially the son of a king or queen. Prince Charles.
2. the ruler of some states or countries. Prince Rainier of Monaco.
ˈprincely adjective
1. of a prince. princely duties.
2. magnificent; splendid. a princely gift.
princess (prinˈses) , ((American) ˈprinsəs) noun
1. the wife or widow of a prince.
2. a woman of the same rank as a prince in her own right. Princess Anne.
princiˈpality (-ˈpӕ-) plural ˌprinciˈpalities noun
a state or country ruled by a prince.

princess

أَمِيرَة princezna prinsesse Prinzessin πριγκίπισσα princesa prinsessa princesse princeza principessa 王女 공주 prinses prinsesse księżniczka princesa принцесса prinsessa เจ้าหญิง prenses công chúa 公主
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