lass lass  /ˈlæs/


  • (n) a girl or young woman who is unmarried



  1. Then there was Dora Ratjen, the dark-haired German lass who set a new ladies' mark for the high jump in 1938.
  2. The first film in which she appeared was the 1941 Major Barbara; she played a winsome Salvation Army lass under the tutelage of Hiller, the fresh-faced rage of the day.
  3. She's quite a pretty lass, but doesn't get to do much more than watch until the end, when she accedes to the climactic orgy scene.


  1. Derek Jeter to marry his Irish-American sweetheart?

    Rumor mill buzzing that Derek, who's part-Irish, has found a real lass! Yankees captain Derek Jeter and his partner, actress Minka Kelly, have reportedly told their friends and family to “save the date” for their wedding this fall.
    on June 28, 2013     Source: Irish Central

  2. District deconstruction: Class 3A-4

    We’re breaking down a football district a day. Today: Class 3A, District 4. Teams Berkeley Prep Bishop McLaughlin Fort Meade Frostproof Lakeland Christian Tampa Catholic Three story lines Polk crashes party: Fort Meade, Frostproof and Lakeland Christian — three of central Florida’s most solid small-school programs — converge with 3A-5 expatriates TC and Berkeley to form a district that should be ...
    on June 27, 2013     Source: St. Petersburg Times Home Team

  3. All Is Rosie for 88 Year Old Waitress

    An 88-year-old Co. Tyrone woman who still works as a waitress in an Irish bar and restaurant in the Bronx proves that retirement is not for everyone. Rose Donaghey (or Rosie to her friends), a petite, white haired lass from Northern Ireland, has been a waitress for over 60 years.
    on June 26, 2013     Source: Irish Central

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