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zo'nj
I nf 1 lady in a wealthy family with servants: madam 2 [Old] term of address used by a new wife for her mother-in-law and older sisters-in-law: ma'am 3 term of respectful address for a married woman or a respected older woman (but during the period 1 [9] 4 [7] - [9] 1, the term was used mostly for foreign women): Mrs., ma'am 4 [Impol] woman who puts on airs and considers herself too good to work 5 [Fig] something that deserves respect
II adj ladylike, respectable
zonj e bukur [Bot] belladonna = helmari'n
zonj e mir [Euph] smallpox

zonju'sh nf 1 girl in a wealthy family with servants: miss 2 term of respectful address for a young unmarried woman; term of respectful address used by a pupil toward a female teacher: Miss 3 [Impol] pampered girl who puts on airs and considers herself too good to work

zoo|gjeograf|i' nf zoogeography