noun, plural si·gno·ri·nas, Italian si·gno·ri·ne [see-nyaw-ree-ne]. /ˌsi nyɔˈri nɛ/.
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This is a second-class ticket, signorina,” he observes, “and you are in first class.‘Stupid Enough to Pay’: Tim Parks’s Italian Rail Adventures|Tim Parks|June 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
"I trust that the Signorina Leithcourt has explained the story of the yacht and its crew," Olinto remarked.The Czar's Spy|William Le Queux
All this was said so simply that it was quite impossible to suspect Signorina Colomba of the smallest poetic vanity.
They say—you'll excuse me, signorina—that when they quarrel, your compatriots don't show each other very much mercy.
And so the Signorina have become a real business-personage, helping 'brother' to build the best organs in the world.Katharine Frensham|Beatrice Harraden
The play is to be acted in part by noble amateurs, and the Signorina herself will take the principal part.Romance of Roman Villas|Elizabeth W. (Elizbeth Williams) Champney