There is a dance or two in the old dame yet.
What does the sentence exactly mean? The problem might be in the phrase "in the old dame". The meaning of "dame" is "a woman", but the phrase "in the old dame" sounds like a place rather a person.
Context: This was found in a linguistic book:
We have the verb dance as in "Let's dance" and the noun dance as in "There is a dance or two in the old dame yet."