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Madam / ˈ m æ d əm / , or, as French, madame / ˈ m æ d əm / or / m ə ˈ d ɑː m / , [1] is a polite form of address for women, often contracted to ma'am / ˈ m æ m / . The abbreviation is "M me " or "Mme" and the plural is mesdames (abbreviated "M mes " or "Mmes"). The term was borrowed from the French madame ( French pronunciation: ​ [maˈdam] ), which means "my lady".

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1590s, see madam , which is an earlier borrowing of the same French phrase. Originally a title of respect for a woman of rank, now given to any married woman. OED recommends madam as an English title, madame in reference to foreign women.