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MAID meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary.
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maid Wiktionary.
Yiddish: f moyd, f dinstmoyd. Dima, Madi, aim'd' amid, diam, diam. From English maid, Middle English mayde, maide, abbreviation of maiden. Ultimately from Proto-Germanic magaĆ¾s maid, virgin. A female servant or cleaner; a maidservant, a housemaid. maid: katabang, muchacha, mutsatsa.
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a personal maid or female attendant. a maid who is a lady's' personal attendant. a maid in a private home whose duties are to care for the parlor and the table and to answer the door. type of: domestic, domestic help, house servant.
Maid Wikipedia.
Still room maid: a junior maid employed in the still room; as the work involved the supply of alcohol, cosmetics, medicines, and cooking ingredients across all departments of the house, the still room maids were part of the between" staff, jointly answerable to all three department heads.
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