noun, plural se·ño·ras [seyn-yawr-uh z, -yohr-, seen-; Spanish se-nyaw-rahs] /seɪnˈyɔr əz, -ˈyoʊr-, sin-; Spanish sɛˈnyɔ rɑs/.
Origin of señora
Examples from the Web for senora
She trembled as she stood there, fearing each second to hear the Senora's voice calling her.
No, but when I advised the senora to give her nephew a fright, you opposed my advice, instead of supporting it.Dona Perfecta|B. Perez Galdos
"Felipe, you are talking too much," said the Senora's voice, in the doorway; and as she spoke she looked reproachfully at Ramona.
I should not have known about the affair had not Senora Valdez told me.Remember the Alamo|Amelia E. Barr
They knew she was in the Senora Moreno's keeping, and that was enough.
noun plural -ras (-rəz, Spanish -ras)
1570s, from Spanish señora "a lady; madam," fem. of señor (see senor). The Portuguese equivalent is senhora.