noun, plural Fräu·lein. English Fräu·leins. German.
Examples from the Web for fraulein
Historical Examples of fraulein
"Most certainly her love has died," asserted Fraulein Mosebach.
"The music has evidently moved her deeply," said Fraulein Mosebach.
She and the fraulein shared a bedroom, and many were the arguments they had together.
"Thou art not dignified enough for a teacher," said the fraulein, laughingly.
"The fraulein is to come often," says Freilgrath, lapsing into his native idiom.Floyd Grandon's Honor
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noun plural -lein or English -leins
Word Origin for Fräulein
German Fräulein "unmarried woman" (Middle High German vrouwelin), diminutive of Frau "lady" (see frau).