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How Do You Spell Madame?

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You can learn how to spell the word Madame by studying and memorizing the order of each letter in the word. Madame is a word that is used to address a French speaking woman. The plural version of Madame is Madames. The first known use of the word was in the year 1674 and the origin is Old French. The word is used for French women who are married, where as the form Madam is only used towards a woman of refinement. The word Madame often ends with the last name of the married woman that is being addressed by someone.
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In English as it is spelt in the question. In french it has an e on the end: Madame.
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Madam is the term for a lady of refinement and madame is the title of a
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Monsieur = M. Madam = Mdm; or Madame = Mme. M. and Mdm. Monsel; or M. and Mme. Monsel.
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WikiAnswers - How do you spell mam as in yes mam English Spelling and Pronunciation question: How do you spell mam as in yes mam? it comes from the word 'madam'- an apostophe is used
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