Slang A woman who runs a brothel, particularly one that specializes in finding prostitutes for rich and important clients.
'Mrs, grey wondered if the outfit she was trying on made her look fat.
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And is more common in the South because much of the South, Louisiana and surrounding area, was French.
Lothrop, who never forgot to be the grand gentleman under any circumstances, "that, madam, is not the New Testament, but.
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(Ma-DAM) Whereas a MA-dame, with the accent on the first syllable, is a bordello operator, The term, Ma'am, which is common in the south, is an abbreviation of the original term Madame.