A wife ?
Usually saying "Mrs." in front of the woman's last name. Such as 'Mrs. Smith' But people can also us "Ms." which just refers to women in general.
if you mean spinster, a woman who never married
Donatell was married to a Very Cute girl named barb.
Yes. He married Katharina Hosner and had 14 children in 1526
"Married woman" in English is donna sposata in Italian.
a married Italian woman the answers in the question Signora or Madame. As in the English Mrs. or Madam.
Yes! No. He is married to a Jewish woman.
The spelling is maiden - and it is a woman's birth name (if a woman is married, her maiden name is her birth name) The spelling is maiden - and it is a woman's birth name (if a woman is married, her maiden name is her birth name) In short, it is the name a woman used before she becomes married. Usually a woman gives up her maiden name and takes her husbands. ie: Joan Everest becomes Mrs. John Betterman. Her maiden name is still Everest
Obviously he is looking for a fling.
Una sposata e una non sposata is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "a married woman and a single woman." The feminine singular indefinite article, feminine singular pronoun, conjunction, feminine singular indefinite article, and feminine singular pronoun also may be rendered tinto English as "one married woman and one single woman." The pronunciation will be "OO-na spo-ZA-ta ey OO-na nohn spo-ZA-ta" in Italian.
He isn't married but he will with a woman with the name Ines Cipriano
A woman ordained not to be married could be a nun (although technically, nuns consider themselves to be married to Jesus Christ).
Una donna non sposata is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "an unmarried woman." The feminine singular phrase also translates as "one woman not married" in English. The pronunciation will be "OO-na DON-na non spo-SA-ta" in Italian.
Eh.... mention your WIFE ANSWER: Maybe the next time you see this woman, you will introduce yourself as married? Example; "hi! my name is such and such and I am married."