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Old English mæġden, diminutive of mæġeþ, cognate with Dutch maagd 'virgin', Old High German magad 'maiden' (modern German Magd 'virgin'), Old Irish mug 'slave'

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Maiden

Plural
Maidens

Maiden (plural Maidens)
  1. A girl or an unmarried young woman, often used poetically
  2. A female virgin
    She's unmarried and still a maiden.
  3. A race horse without any victory ('virgin record')
  4. A Scottish counterpart of the guillotine
  5. Patrono:Cricket a maiden over

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Maiden (not comparable)

Positive
Maiden

Comparative
not comparable

Superlative
none (absolute)

  1. virgin
  2. (about a female, human or animal) without offspring
  3. like/ fitting a (young, unmarried) maiden
  4. (figuratively) describing a first occurrence or event
    The Titanic sank on its maiden voyage.
  5. Patrono:Cricket describing an over in which no runs are scored

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maiden

  1. Genitive plural form of maa.ang:maiden

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