There was Feldmarschall von Hindenburg, the greatest German hero of World War I, and beside him Frau von Hindenburg, his wife.
I only felt that Frau Doktor M. is so annoyed when no one offers to answer a question, and so I took it on.
Frau Matilda now gazed at me with open-mouthed astonishment.
Frau von Treumann appeared suddenly, coming softly across the grass, so that there was no time to run away.
Frau Steinmann was, with other elderly ladies of the company, to spend the evening there.
Frau Elsbeth mutely shook her head, and went into the house just as the locomobile arrived before the gate.
She was going to Kronburg in a few days, according to Frau Yorvan.
Frau Schimmel's vision must have been caused by the young wife's excessive paleness.
It vas not so soft, sleeping on Frau Nature's heart in the desert, nicht wahr!
Frau von Gluck left the guests for a moment, to order the carriage.
"married woman," 1813, from German Frau "woman, wife," from Middle High German vrouwe "lady, mistress," from Old High German frouwa "mistress, lady" (9c.), from Proto-Germanic *frowo- "lady," fem. of *frawan "lord," from PIE root *per- (1) "beyond, forward," in extended senses "chief, first" (see per).
One's wife: and escort your incomparable frau to a tea dance/ his reward from the frau
[1902+; fr German]