Used to refer to any female person.
Used to refer to tits.
"Where'd lady go?"
"Have you seen lady?"
"Hey lady, how about a lumpkin!"
"Sure, I'd love to go see a movie with you, but first I must fuck lady."
"There's a lady over there, and a lady over there, and a lady everywhere!"
"How do you like my new ladies?"
"Lump my ladies."
"Psst, Sarah, you're ladies are falling out."
"Tell your ladies to stop jiggling when you walk."
"Keep your ladies to yourself."
In extreme cases, subjects have been known to use a weirder and creepier version of the word ladies, which appears to be some sort of obscure reference to the middle ages, by saying m'ladies.
You girls should come tonite ... ladies.
Let me know if you need any help at all, ladies...
You should come over tonite for supper, m'ladies...
*When Drunk* Hey ladies, wanna have a no pants dance at my house ladies?
Still, the English language prefers to use the borrowed French "Madame" rather than the native English "My Lady" in address.
Aldonza: "I'm not your lady! I'm not any kind of a lady!"