noun, plural Fräu·lein. English Fräu·leins. German.
Examples from the Web for fraulein
But it was not of love that Humbert and the Fraulein talked.
"I will then—to please you," she answered, and went to find Fraulein immediately.Blue Bonnet in Boston|Caroline E. Jacobs
There was no help to be expected from the Fraulein, for she was as wearied as the girls.Hester's Counterpart|Jean K. Baird
"Sometimes I think the solution lies in marriage," said Fraulein Sonia.In a German Pension|Katherine Mansfield
They drank again, except the Fraulein, who disapproved of children being made much of, and only pretended to sip her wine.
British Dictionary definitions for fraulein
noun plural -lein or English -leins
Word Origin for Fräulein
Word Origin and History for fraulein
German Fräulein "unmarried woman" (Middle High German vrouwelin), diminutive of Frau "lady" (see frau).