an unmarried woman who is the chief attendant of a bride.
an unmarried woman, usually of noble birth, attendant on a queen or princess.
- Maid of honour
noun 1. (US & Canadian) the principal unmarried attendant of a bride Compare bridesmaid, matron of honour 2. (Brit) a small tart with an almond-flavoured filling 3. an unmarried lady attending a queen or princess
[meyd-sur-vuh nt] /ˈmeɪdˌsɜr vənt/ noun 1. a female . /ˈmeɪdˌsɜːvənt/ noun 1. a female servant n. 1520s, from maid (n.) + servant.
[meyd-stohn, -stuh n] /ˈmeɪdˌstoʊn, -stən/ noun 1. a city in Kent, in SE England. /ˈmeɪdstən; -ˌstəʊn/ noun 1. a town in SE England, administrative centre of Kent, on the River Medway. Pop: 89 684 (2001)
[mahy-doo] /ˈmaɪ du/ noun, plural Maidus (especially collectively) Maidu for 1. 1. a member of a tribe of North American Indians of northeastern California. 2. the Penutian language of the Maidu.