A Dame may be:

  • Dame (title), a female title of rank, equivalent to 'Sir' used as the title of a knight
  • A title of respect for certain Benedictine nuns equivalent to the male "Dom"
  • A pantomime dame
  • An old word for the game pieces in the game of draughts (checkers)
  • Slang term for any woman
  • "Dame" (song), the second single from RBD's third studio album Celestial
  • DaME, another name for Dark Avenger's viral polymorphic engine, MtE.

Other articles related to "dame":

Royan - Sights - Church of Notre-Dame (église Notre-Dame)
... engineers Bernard Lafaille, René Sarger and Ou Tseng, the church Notre-Dame of Royan is considered as one of the leaders of work of the contemporary architecture ...
Northwestern Wildcats Football - Rivalries - Inactive Rivalries - Notre Dame
... Starting in the 1920s, Northwestern and Notre Dame played for a Shillelagh until the mid 1970s ... at the behest of Knute Rockne, who wanted a rivalry in the Chicago area to help build Notre Dame's fan base in the area ... When NU stunned Notre Dame as a 28-point underdog in 1995, the Chicago Sun-Times billed it as the "Upset of the Century." ...
Four Horsemen (American Football)
... The Four Horsemen of Notre Dame comprised a winning group of American football players at the University of Notre Dame under coach Knute Rockne ... They were the backfield of Notre Dame's 1924 football team ... of a clever student publicity aide transformed the Notre Dame backfield of Stuhldreher, Crowley, Miller and Layden into the most fabled quartet in college football ...
... Dame-Marie may refer to several communes in France Dame-Marie, Eure, in the Eure département Dame-Marie, Orne, in the Orne département Dame-Marie-les-Bois ...
Ara Parseghian - Head Coaching Record
3–4 T–5th Northwestern 36–35–1 22–31–1 Notre Dame Fighting Irish (Independent) 1964 Notre Dame 9–1 1965 ... Notre Dame 7–2–1 1966 ... Notre Dame 9–0–1 1967 ... Notre Dame 8–2 5. 1968 ...

Famous quotes containing the word dame:

    You know, a dame with a rod is like a guy with a knitting needle.
    Geoffrey Homes (1902–1977)

    Come dame or maid, be not afraid,
    Poor Tom will injure nothing.
    —Unknown. Tom o’ Bedlam’s Song (l. 11–12)

    One who can find lemons sweet and grapes sour is ready for Dame Fortune.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)