Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
"girlfriend," 1855, British English, from Arabic bint "daughter;" adopted by British servicemen in the Middle East.
n. (context British pejorative English) A woman, a girl.
Usage examples of "bint".
Two hours after his arrival at the clinic, forty minutes after Alpha bint Hezra-Fong had analyzed the poisons in his blood and slapped on stimpatches of the appropriate antidotes, the nervous convulsions had stopped.
Alpha bint Hezra-Fong pointed out, somewhat snappishly, when Blaize apologized for the primitive accommodations.
The governor, like all the civilians left on Shemali, was constantly dosed with Alpha bint Hezra- Fongs Seductron.
Alpha bint Hezra-Fong made her way to the main cabin and found her traveling companions engaged in one of those silly role-playing games.