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
Historical Examples of senora
"The soldiers, senora," Gaspar Ruiz had answered, in a faint voice.A Set of Six
"Their revolutions, their revolutions," gasped Senora Teresa.
The senora had given into her charge the girls belonging to that Italian posadero.
"I was only going to inform the senora," said the man with a shrug and a forced smile.Susy, A Story of the Plains
"I am a friend of the senora's, and I love her as I do the apple of my eye," said Caballuco.Dona Perfecta
B. Perez Galdos
noun plural -ras (-rəz, Spanish -ras)
1570s, from Spanish señora "a lady; madam," fem. of señor (see senor). The Portuguese equivalent is senhora.