noun, plural se·ño·ri·tas [seyn-yuh-ree-tuh z, seen-; Spanish se-nyaw-ree-tahs] /ˌseɪn yəˈri təz, ˌsin-; Spanish sɛ nyɔˈri tɑs/.
Origin of señorita
Examples from the Web for senorita
The Senorita Windham had granted him a dance despite her brother's scowling disapproval.Port O' Gold|Louis John Stellman
A senorita loved him, And followed by his side; She (p. 080) opened the gates and gave to him Her father's steed to ride.Cowboy Songs|Various
Have you heard the Senorita sing the song of Spain, m'sieu'?The Money Master, Complete|Gilbert Parker
For a week Senorita Moreto continued to add to the powerful interest she had aroused in her hosts.The Mermaid of Druid Lake and Other Stories|Charles Weathers Bump
Coming to the front of the group he said, bending forward, "Senorita!"Ramona|Helen Hunt Jackson
noun plural -tas (-təz, Spanish -tas)
"a young Spanish lady," 1823, from Spanish señorita, Spanish title corresponding to English "Miss," diminutive of señora (see senora). The Portuguese equivalent is senhorita.