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Definition of dame. 1 : a woman of rank, station, or authority: such as. a archaic : the mistress of a household. b : the wife or daughter of a lord.What is grand dame?
1 a dignified usually elderly woman of some rank or authority as the grand dames of local society, they determined which charities received supportWhen did Dame become a title in the UK?
History. The title of dame as the official equivalent of knight was introduced in 1917 with the introduction of the Order of the British Empire, and was subsequently extended to the Royal Victorian Order in 1936, the Order of St Michael and St George, and finally the Order of the Bath in 1971.What does damehood stand for?
A knighthood, and the female equivalent, a damehood, is an award given by The Queen to an individual for a major, long-term, contribution in any activity, usually at a national or international level. ^ Karmon, Yehuda (1987). Die Johanniter und Malteser: Ritter und Samariter : die Wandlungen des Ordens vom Heiligen Johannes.