Did you possibly mean layette?
- lad + -ette (Wiktionary)
“The Telegraph blamed the "uninhibited 'ladette' culture" for”
“The Ministry of Justice figures also show reoffending rates among women have grown at four times that of men further fuelling concerns over the impact of the "ladette" culture.”
“Former Met boss Sir Ian Blair blasts 24-hour drinking as 'ladette' violence rockets by nearly”
“The uninhibited "ladette" culture that is on parade in our town and city centres on weekend nights appears to be fuelling a disturbing new ambivalence towards the crime of rape, particularly among women.”
“Despite once being labelled a 'ladette', Denise has described herself as 'a traditional girl at heart '.”
“The rise of the so-called "ladette" culture was highlighted last summer when figures showed”
“And far, far too young to be marrying 34-year-old 'ladette' Denise Van Outen, to whom he has just become engaged.”
“Rise of 'ladette' culture as 241 women arrested each day for violence”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘ladette’.
Words only (I left out the expressions) from Geza Kerenyi's EN-HU interpreters' dictionary. Most of them pose some difficulty when interpreted between HU and EN in either or both directions.
Names for the next generation of My Little Ponies. Inspired by Star's list.
More randomly-garnered terms from the world of words that don't quite yet fit into my other lists.
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