1 female, woman, lass, (young) lady, miss, mademoiselle, wench, Fräulein, maid, maiden, damsel, demoiselle, Irish colleen, Australian and New Zealand sheila, Colloq chick, filly, gal, Slang bird, frail, skirt, piece, mouse, Brit crumpet, bit of skirt or stuff, Old-fashioned Brit popsy, US dame, broad, (bit of) San Quentin quail or jail-bait:
His mother wants to introduce him to a nice girl.
2 girlfriend, sweetheart; betrothed, fiancée; mistress, lover, friend, live-in lover, inamorata, tally, US POSSLQ (= 'Person of the Opposite Sex Sharing Living Quarters'), Colloq Brit popsy, Slang moll, US twist, squeeze:
She's his girl and she'll stick by him.
They've had a baby girl.
| little, small, young
When she was a little girl, she dreamed of becoming a ballerina.
| adolescent, teenage | bubbly, happy, lively | lovely, nice | attractive, beautiful, good-looking, gorgeous, handsome, pretty, stunning | single, unmarried
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