your-ladyship

ladyship

[ley-dee-ship]
noun
1.
(often initial capital letter) the form used in speaking of or to a woman having the title of Lady (usually preceded by her or your ).
2.
the rank of a lady.

Origin:
1175–1225; Middle English; see lady, -ship

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Ladyship (ˈleɪdɪʃɪp)
 
n (preceded by your or her)
a title used to address or refer to any peeress except a duchess

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