1. girlfriend

noun. ['ˈgɝːlˌfrɛnd'] a girl or young woman with whom a man is romantically involved.


  • adult female
  • lover
  • girl
  • lady friend


  • juvenile
  • male
  • husband
  • leader


  • friend (English)
  • frende (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • girl (English)

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Rhymes with Girlfriend

  • bookend
  • boyfriend
  • dividend
  • downtrend
  • eastend
  • exboyfriend
  • godsend
  • goodfriend
  • gutfreund
  • hornblende
  • outspend
  • overspend
  • pitchblende
  • riverbend
  • townshend
  • uptrend
  • wallsend
  • weekend

How do you pronounce girlfriend?

Pronounce girlfriend as ˈgərlˌfrɛnd.

US - How to pronounce girlfriend in American English

UK - How to pronounce girlfriend in British English

How do you spell girlfriend? Is it girlfreind ?

A common misspelling of girlfriend is girlfreind

Sentences with girlfriend

1. Noun, singular or mass
Being in the company of other people can cause your girlfriend to feel trapped and even more upset.

2. Adjective
Or, tell your girlfriend personal things you feel unable to say in front of her.

3. Verb, base form
Your best friend and your boyfriend or girlfriend attract you in very different ways.

Quotes about girlfriend

1. Girls had never been important. I'd had a girlfriend or two and had liked them a lot but it wasn't love, because my first love was tennis.
- Boris Becker

2. I would love to close my eyes and see myself with my girlfriend when we're 99 years old and I have a pipe and she's knitting a sweater, and I hope that's the way it goes. I think it's a challenge every day.
- Chris Messina

3. Little white lies are part of everyday life. If you're in court being charged with a felony, you're probably going to be tempted to lie. Or if your girlfriend asks you if the sweater she is wearing makes her look fat; you're going to lie because you love that person. There are different reasons and justifications to lie; it's human nature.
- Monica Raymund

2. girlfriend

noun. ['ˈgɝːlˌfrɛnd'] any female friend.


  • friend
  • woman


  • woman
  • male child
  • boy


  • friend (English)
  • frende (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • girl (English)