- (often used as a term of endearment) a little lady.
Origin of ladykin
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Examples from the Web for ladykin
A diminutive form of this was by our ladykin which was contracted into by our lakin.Journeys Through Bookland, Vol. 8
Charles H. Sylvester
Oh, Ladykin, wouldn't you, couldn't you please say something curly?
He was always telling Ladykin that she smelled of raspberry jam.
Ladykin chose green and blue and pink and red and yellow, also purple.
There were times, you think, when Ladykin wished that her Mother was a sea-gull.