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FräuleinLast post 12 Feb 10, 10:43
:P Sorry dass ich vllt nerve :D aber ich hab grad in "Californication" gehört, dass jemand g…10 Replies
FräuleinLast post 10 Oct 07, 13:47
How exactly has Fräulein fallen out of favor? What connotations does the word have presentl…23 Replies
Miss - Fräulein [Abk.: Frl.] - AnredeLast post 09 Aug 12, 20:52
Hier liegt ein kleiner, aber klar ersichtlicher Fehler vor: das "Fräulein" ist nicht veralt…19 Replies
damsel - Maedchen / Jungfrau / Fraeulein etc.Last post 21 Oct 07, 22:11
In der moderne, englische Sprache, fast niemand heute "damsel" sagt, wenn man ein Mädchen / …22 Replies
fraulein also: fräulein or frulein - German unmarried wife - Das FräuleinLast post 03 May 12, 20:57
http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=fraulein&searchmode=none fraul13 Replies
spinster - älteres Fräulein, unverheiratete Frau [law]Last post 08 Jan 11, 17:41
LEO: spinster --- älteres Fräulein spinster chiefly [pej.] dated --- alte Jungfer 28 Replies
"Fräulein" is this expression offensive???Last post 24 Dec 05, 07:12
I was wondering: It's totally normal to use "Miss" in english, but I heard that most german …6 Replies
In Deutschland keine "Fräulein" mehr?Last post 23 Dec 05, 15:09
I was just browsing in the French-German Leo Forum, and found an interesting discussion. …166 Replies
In Deutschland keine "Fräulein" mehr?Last post 23 Dec 05, 15:09
I was just browsing in the French-German Leo Forum, and found an interesting discussion. …166 Replies
"Fräulein" is this expression offensive???Last post 24 Dec 05, 07:12
I was wondering: It's totally normal to use "Miss" in english, but I heard that most german …6 Replies
 


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