|girl who is bridal attendant||flower girl|
|(German) teenage girl||backfisch|
|(Scottish) godmother; girl or woman; gammer, old woman||cummer|
|(Slang) little girl; woman (offensive Slang)||girlie|
|(somewhat disrespectful term for a female goy, non-Jewish woman or girl (from Yiddish)||shiksa|
|a streetcar or subway driver, someone whose occupation is to drives a car; man who transports merchandise; one who drives a streetcar or train (dated); streetcar attendant or conductor (dated)||carman|
|about a woman, about a girl, about a female, of female origin, female person or animal; something considered to be feminine, object perceived as female, previously mentioned female person or animal, pron. female person or animal currently being discuss...||she|
|accompanying, concurrent, attendant, occurring together, belonging together, happening at the same time, something that accompanies something else||concomitant|
|acquainted with something, familial, familiar spirit, friendly, good friend, acquaintance; member of the household of a pope or bishop; officer of the Inquisition; demon or evil spirit who comes when summoned, household attendant of pope or bishop, imp...||familiar|
|act as hostess, paid dance partner, woman attendant for passengers, woman entertaining guests, woman greeter in a restaurant, woman introducing guests on show, woman who receives guests into her home; stewardess (on a train, plane, etc.); greeter of pa...||hostess|
|act of reconnoitering; act of gathering information; activities of the Boy or Girl Scouts||scouting|
|actor in role of ingénue, naive character in drama, unsophisticated girl or young woman||ingénue|
|amount of writing on a page, boy apprenticed to knight, boy attendant, boy servant in medieval times, boy who runs errands, call, summon (e.g. to the telephone); number pages, number sheets of paper in a collection; look through the pages of something,...||page|
|appealingly boyish, boyish girl, girl street urchin, mischievous child; lively young-looking girl||gamine|
|assistant working in a hospital, neat, tidy, organized; well-behaved; methodical, neatly arranged, soldier who attends to an officer; hospital attendant, soldier with minor duties||orderly|
|attendant at entrance to building, one who tends or guards an entrance and assists people||doorman|
|attendant holding train||trainbearer|
|attendant in a court of law, court official, metal-tipped staff||tipstaff|
|attendant of goddess Cybele, priest of Cybele, priest that served the Phrygian goddess Cybele wild dancing and music (Ancient Mythology)||Corybant|
|attendant, country dependent on another country, device that orbits a planet, moon orbiting other body, small celestial body revolving around a larger one; man-made object put into orbit around a planet or celestial body; country that is controlled by ...||satellite|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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