A woman who lightly flirts
A more sophisticated take
An admired and attractive girl or woman; a girl or woman whose charm and beauty make her a favorite
My dearest Disney princess lives up to her name.
An intellectual or literary woman, an educated woman who is interested in books and ideas
A woman who enjoys or seeks adventure; a female adventurer
One of my favorites.
A woman excelling in both beauty and goodness
A female pilot or aviator
Not something you can use every day, but doesn’t it just make you want to be one?
An imaginary spirit of the air, or a graceful woman
Not the word for Zumba class, but definitely appropriate for yoga.
A gossip or a blabbermouth
You have to admit, it’s fun to say.
An endearingly innocent and wholesome young woman
A woman is the most respected or prominent person in a particular field; a kickass female leader
A great moniker for your local careerwoman.
A female college student
This zesty little term was coined by college blog Her Campus to describe intellectual, trendy, sophisticated young college women.
A female editor
What underused gems! Urban Dictionary’s definition: “a female editor who demands you to finesse your lingo.” Guilty as charged.
Any classy and dignified older woman
There’s a reason they use it to describe queens.
A female victor; a woman who is victorious
I’m a little biased, since this uses the same Latin roots as my own name, but doesn’t this just make you want to do a complicated martial arts sequence to an ’80s music montage? I immediately picture Simone Biles wearing all her Olympic medals.
Irish-Gaelic term of endearment meaning “my darling”
You don’t have to have the blood of the leprechauns to make use of this little beauty.
Any unmarried girl
A cuter alternative to “miss”
An unmarried girl or young woman
Still holding out for everyday usage.
A woman of the demimonde (a group who enjoys extravagant lifestyle of fine foods and clothes), an eclectic mixture of sharp business acumen, social skills, and hedonism
So, pretty much the entire female cast of Gossip Girl.
Speaking of queens…
Troublemaking woman who starts brawls
A woman of great strength; a female warrior
Why isn’t this used more often?
A female guardian
With the title of duenna, comes great responsibility.
While we’re on the French trend, here’s a term for a female pal or friend
Now you’ll have a cute salutation for snail mail letters to not-so-local friends.
An allusion to the legend of the au-naturale young equestrian, a godiva refers to a beautiful and perhaps mystical young woman
A definition almost as delicious as the chocolate.