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Frau

[ frou; English frou ]
/ fraʊ; English fraʊ /
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noun, plural Frau·en [frou-uhn], /ˈfraʊ ən/, English Fraus [frouz]. /fraʊz/. German.
a married woman; a wife.
the conventional German title of respect and term of address for a married woman, corresponding to Mrs.
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British Dictionary definitions for Frau

Frau
/ (fraʊ) /

noun plural Frauen (ˈfraʊən) or Fraus
a married German woman: usually used as a title equivalent to Mrs and sometimes extended to older unmarried women

Word Origin for Frau

from Old High German frouwa; related to Dutch vrouw
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