noun, plural si·gno·ri·nas, Italian si·gno·ri·ne [see-nyaw-ree-ne] /ˌsi nyɔˈri nɛ/.
Examples from the Web for signorina
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
You are the signorina's servant, but I know the turnings, said the rat to the cavaliere weazel.'
You love the Signorina madly, and you hate me because you are jealous of me—because I am young and you are old.A Spirit in Prison|Robert Hichens
If the signorina requires a new dress we can supply her with one as rich as that she now has.The Shadow of the Czar|John R. Carling
May I not have the pleasure of talking with you a little, Signorina?Cecilia|F. Marion Crawford
The signorina had dropped to the grass, at a short step from the Chief, to whom her face was now seriously given.