lady, mistress, feminine of lord, master; a female ruler, superior or head - superior of a nunnery, an abbess, prioress, etc.; lady of the house, a housewife; the title of women members of the order of the British Empire
a nonhereditary title. Originally used as a courtesy title for a woman in authority or a mistress of a household. Also used as the title of a wife or widow of a knight. Later someone who has been made a Dame of the British Empire by the monarch.
Dame is the female equivalent of address to Sir for a British knighthood. In the UK honours system, this can be the title of a woman who has been awarded the Order of the Bath, Order of St Michael and St George, Royal Victorian Order, or Order of the British Empire.
DAME is a tool that generates C++ and Java code from SQL statements. When used with Java, it supports any database that can be accessed through JDBC. C++ libraries for Oracle, PostgreSQL, and MySQL are also included.