A woman of social distinction or position. In England, a title prefixed to the name of any woman whose husband is not of lower rank than a baron, or whose father was a nobleman not lower than an earl. The wife of a baronet or knight has the title of Lady by courtesy, but not by right.
A Lady (or Lord) is a title used to indicate the superiority (or worthiness) of a person when being formal. An example of worthiness being respect ('Good luck Lord Goran' - said the Duke to a respected but otherwise untitled warrior) or fear ('Yes my lord I'll just get what you want' - said the inkeeper to the huge axe wielding warrior), superiority being when addressing a higer rank ( 'As you command My Lord' - said the Knight to the Baron).
(capitalized) - can denote a female member of the nobility or baronetage, or a member of the gentry class with proprietory rights and authority, for example as over a manor. Note: the wife of an aristocrat is referred to by Lady plus her title, e.g., Lady Falmouth, whereas the wife of a baronet is referred to by Lady plus her surname, e.g., Lady Shelley.
Lady is a Korean pop group, noted as the first transgender group from that country. The band consists of Sinae, Sahara, Binu and Yuna. According to the official story, they were the best out of hundreds who tried out to be part of this band.
"Lady" is a popular song written and performed by the classic rock band Styx. It was first released on Styx II in 1973. The song gained success when Styx left Wooden Nickel Records to move to A&M Records, and the song was re-released, peaking at #6.
Lady was the name of a fictitious animated dog who starred in Disneyâ€™s movie Lady and the Tramp. Later, the cartoon cocker spaniel went on to play a supporting role in Lady and the Tramp 2: Scamp's Adventure.