¿Cómo se dice "Ma'am" en español? | SpanishDict Answers
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I mean the female equivalent of "Usted", when addressing someone formally.

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Sí, señora Yes, Ma'am.

  • You've got a typo....señorA - --Mariana-- May 19, 2010 flag
  • Dolores, isn't señor a masculine term? - Rikko May 19, 2010 flag
  • Thanks, Marianne. I was beginning to have doubts about the use of señor already. :) - Rikko May 19, 2010 flag
  • Thanks! (red face here) I'd like to blame it on the computer, but alas, that won't work! - Delores--Lin May 19, 2010 flag
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Short an informal forms:

  • Señora > Seño > Señito
  • Señor > Ñor (quite informal)
  • As long as we're being informal, how about: Si'eñora, Sijeñora, Si Doña... - Gekkosan May 19, 2010 flag
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