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"Lady" is a term that is often used to refer to a woman, especially one who is socially prominent or of high status. The term "lady" is typically used as a polite form of address, and is often used in formal settings or when addressing someone older or more senior.
In some contexts, the term "lady" can also be used more broadly to refer to any woman, regardless of age or status. It can also be used to refer to a woman who is seen as refined, graceful, or well-mannered.
The term "lady" is not used as a formal title in the same way that "sir" is used for men. In the United Kingdom, the title "Lady" is used as a courtesy title for the daughters of dukes, earls, and viscounts, and the wives of barons and baronets. In the United States, the title "Lady" is not used as a formal title, but it is sometimes used as a term of respect for women who are seen as particularly gracious or well-mannered.