Mademoiselle (abbreviated as Mlle) may refer to:

  • The French-language equivalent of "miss" (ma = "my" + demoiselle = "little lady" or "my girl")
  • "Mademoiselle Juliette", a 2007 song by French singer Alizée
  • Mademoiselle (magazine), published until November 2001
  • The Mademoiselle, a character in the Revelation Space series
  • "Mademoiselle", a song by the band Styx
  • Any of several films:
    • Mademoiselle (1966 film)
    • Mademoiselle (2001 film), a 2001 French film

Other articles related to "mademoiselle":

Martyrs (film) - Plot
... leader, an elderly lady only referred to as Mademoiselle (Catherine Bégin) ... Mademoiselle explains that she belongs to a secret society seeking to discover the secrets of the afterlife through the creation of "martyrs" ... Mademoiselle arrives, eager to speak to Anna about her experience ...
Mademoiselle Chante Le Blues
... "Mademoiselle chante le blues" (Eng "Mademoiselle Sings the Blues", possibly referring to the Billie Holiday song "Lady Sings the Blues") is the name of a 1987 song recorded by the French singer Patricia Kaas ... single from her debut studio album, Mademoiselle chante.. ...
Louise Marie Adélaïde De Bourbon - Biography
... Styled Mademoiselle d'Ivoy initially and, as a young girl, until her marriage, Mademoiselle de Penthièvre (derived from the duchy inherited by her father) ... The style of Mademoiselle de Penthièvre had been previously borne by her sister Marie Louise de Bourbon (1751–1753), who died six months after Marie-Adélaïde's birth ...
Lost In Translation (poem) - Mademoiselle
... companion is his French governess, whom he repeatedly refers to as Mademoiselle ... she is described by Merrill as "stout, plain, carrot-haired, devout." At one point in the poem, Mademoiselle speaks the same phrase in French and in German ... In addition to playing with the boy's marionettes and doing jigsaw puzzles with him, Mademoiselle is teaching the young James Merrill languages which would be critical to making him the ...