Definition of good woman in US English:

good woman

(also my good woman)

verb

  • with object To address (a person) as ‘good woman’ or as ‘my good woman’, especially condescendingly.

Origin

Late 18th century; earliest use found in Thomas Cogan (1736–1818), physician. In some forms from good + woman. In some forms from my + good + woman.

Pronunciation

good woman

/ˈɡʊd ˌwʊmən/