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
Historical Examples of senorita
I am; and you, senorita, are the lady who wrote me the note that I received this morning?An Old Sailor's Yarns
“Buenos noches, senorita,” he said politely, taking it from her.Within the Tides
I don't think the senorita could have left it in this house at all.
Use the words glorious and successful when you speak to the senorita.
The senorita had been most anxious all day—ever since she had heard the friar had come.Romance
Joseph Conrad and F.M. Hueffer
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.