There are may words to choose from, so you can pick one that feels like it gets your message across. You might also hear the diminutive chamita. Or are you complimenting a young woman on her quinciñera? La dote de una señorita es la honradez. The same word can be used also for boy, young boy or son. Consider the context of your comment. Signorina means piccola signora little lady , -ina makes a diminutive and corresponds to young. You can find flirtatious phrases in language books, but they may be cliche or come off as canned.
Did I mention how pissed off I am? In Argentina it is a young girl. But not: La señora sabe cómo mantenerse joven. This is a good bet in many situations. For boy, use the masculine form huerco. Put together an appropriate phrase.
El paciente pidió permiso para la práctica con una jovencita. However, sometimes unmarried women, regardless of their age, take offense at being called señora, and would rather be called señorita. The problem with this phrase is it's a little forward for just walking up to a stranger. Arrivederci is like goodbye … and is more formal than ciao. You have mentioned some of these issues such as religious values, different expectations for unmarried women, but I just think that the use of neurotic takes away from your answer.
Anyway, if you are confident enough and it is worth it the risk just joking you can combine: Hola… Qué tal… with … preciosa! I prefer to use Hola Bonita. Thanks for contributing an answer to Spanish Language Stack Exchange! That is more hello good looking or hello handsome without the gender specific nature that handsome conveys in English. Each country has different slang words, and uses the language a little differently. Young woman, do you want something to drink?. Sometimes it is similar to it.
Do you know any other words for girl in Spanish? In El Salvador it is also a fiancé. I've found it is used more to describe women. Nada que una jovencita quiera leer. It is more Hello beautiful or hello pretty. So one or the other but not both. In Spanish, the adjective generally comes after the noun. The masculine form is pendejo and you need to be careful with this term, because it can be insulting in other countries.
It generally indicates respect towards that person, deciding to treat them as mature rather than childish. Digas lo que quieres decir, mi dama. Una creencia como esa, podría conseguir una joven ahorcada en ciertos círculos. Joven, ¿desea algo para beber? Out of context depending on who you're talking to. Tu is the Spanish word for 'your,' while TÃº accented is the Spanish word for 'you'.
Are you telling the parents that they have a beautiful baby daughter? Fortuna means luck, you have this word in English too, but you use only to mean destiny, fate: fortune. Right in front of the San Francisco cathedral where the Semana Santa procession was taking off. Not something a young lady would read. In English, we use the phrases young man and young woman to refer to a person usually an adolescent who is older than a boy or girl but younger than an adult. Read the travel blog below: Robbed while Jesus was bearing the cross Antigua, Guatemala Yes people, I was robbed! Addio is a more definitive salutation, like farewell in English. An alternate spelling is jeba. There's a young lady here for you.
Also used in the masculine form pavo. A third option for a young woman could be señorita, but this term can be considered sexist in some regions and old fashioned in others. I would say that joven for a young man or woman is neutral enough and convey both senses you are looking for. My answer will be specific to Mexico. Dio is God, a means to, so it literally means 'to god'.
It can also be used somewhat jokingly out of respect for older people, treating them as young rather than old. Example: Las muchachas se reunieron en la universidad. The woman knows how to remain youthful. Make sure you know how to pronounce these words before trying them out on a native Spanish speaker. The girls met at the university.