epicene definition

  • adjective:
    • Belonging to or obtaining the traits of the male and female: an epicene statue.
    • Effeminate; unmanly.
    • Sexless; neuter.
    • Linguistics Having only one kind of the noun for the male therefore the female.
    • Belonging to or obtaining the qualities of both male in addition to feminine: an epicene statue.
    • lacking gender distinction, often particularly because of insufficient either the masculine and/or feminine
    • Effeminate; unmanly.
    • effeminate (male with abnormally powerful female characteristics)
    • Sexless; neuter.
    • androgynous, hermaphrodite (having both male and female characteristics)
    • Linguistics Having just one form of the noun for the male together with female.
    • asexual (having neither male nor feminine attributes)
    • having only one as a type of the word, which functions as both masculine and womanly, even for either man or woman referents
    • lacking gender distinction, frequently specifically because decreased either the masculine or even the feminine
    • effeminate (male with abnormally strong female characteristics)
    • androgynous, hermaphrodite (having both male and female characteristics)
    • asexual (having neither male nor feminine traits)
    • having one type of the word, which serves as both masculine and feminine, also for either female or male referents
    • having an ambiguous sexual identification
    • having unsuitable feminine qualities
    • having an ambiguous intimate identity
    • having unsuitable feminine qualities
    • Belonging to or obtaining the attributes of both the male as well as the feminine: an epicene statue.
    • Effeminate; unmanly.
    • owned by or obtaining the qualities of both the male as well as the female: an epicene statue.
    • Sexless; neuter.
    • Effeminate; unmanly.
    • Sexless; neuter.
    • Linguistics Having only one as a type of the noun for both the male plus the feminine.
    • Linguistics Having only one form of the noun for both the male plus the female.
    • lacking gender difference, usually especially considering insufficient either the masculine or the feminine
    • lacking sex distinction, often especially considering not enough either the masculine or even the feminine
    • effeminate (male with unusually powerful feminine attributes)
    • effeminate (male with abnormally strong feminine attributes)
    • androgynous, hermaphrodite (having both male and female faculties)
    • androgynous, hermaphrodite (having both male and feminine faculties)
    • asexual (having neither male nor female characteristics)
    • asexual (having neither male nor feminine attributes)
    • having only 1 kind of the term, which functions as both masculine and feminine, also for either female or male referents
    • having only 1 as a type of your message, which serves as both masculine and womanly, also for either man or woman referents
    • having an ambiguous sexual identity
    • having unsuitable feminine qualities
    • having an ambiguous sexual identification
    • having improper feminine characteristics
  • noun:
    • one that's epicene.
    • Linguistics An epicene word.
    • one that's epicene.
    • Linguistics An epicene term.
    • A hermaphrodite person or any other animal
    • An effeminate individual
    • An epicene term, without separate grammatical gender kinds.
    • An epicene object
    • A hermaphrodite person or any other animal
    • An effeminate individual
    • An epicene word, without separate grammatical sex types.
    • An epicene object
    • one having both male and female sexual traits and body organs; at delivery an unambiguous project of male or female may not be made
    • one having both male and feminine intimate qualities and body organs; at delivery an unambiguous project of female or male is not made
    • One that is epicene.
    • Linguistics An epicene word.
    • One that is epicene.
    • Linguistics An epicene word.
    • A hermaphrodite person or other animal
    • A hermaphrodite individual or any other animal
    • An effeminate individual
    • An epicene term, without separate grammatical gender types.
    • An epicene object
    • one having both male and feminine sexual traits and body organs; at delivery an unambiguous assignment of female or male can not be made
    • An effeminate person
    • An epicene word, without split grammatical gender kinds.
    • An epicene object
    • one having both male and female sexual attributes and body organs; at birth an unambiguous assignment of male or female can not be made
  • adjective-and-noun:
    • typical to both sexes; -- a phrase used, in sentence structure, to these types of nouns because have actually but one type of gender, either the masculine or womanly, to point pets of both sexes; as boy^s, bos, for ox and cow; occasionally applied to eunuchs and hermaphrodites.
    • Fig.: Sexless; neither something nor the other.
    • typical to both sexes; -- a term used, in grammar, to such nouns since have but one form of sex, either the masculine or feminine, to indicate animals of both sexes; as boy^s, bos, for the ox and cow; occasionally put on eunuchs and hermaphrodites.
    • Fig.: Sexless; neither a very important factor nor the other.
    • Common to both sexes; -- a phrase used, in grammar, to these types of nouns as have but one type of sex, either the masculine or womanly, to indicate pets of both sexes; as boy^s, bos, for ox and cow; sometimes applied to eunuchs and hermaphrodites.
    • Fig.: Sexless; neither the one thing nor others.
    • Common to both sexes; -- a term applied, in sentence structure, to such nouns because have but one kind of gender, either the masculine or feminine, to point animals of both sexes; as boy^s, bos, for the ox and cow; sometimes put on eunuchs and hermaphrodites.
    • Fig.: Sexless; neither a very important factor nor another.
  • others:
    • Belonging to or including both sexes: specially, in grammar, placed on nouns having just one as a type of gender to point creatures of both sexes: hence, the Greek ο%35ϊς and Latin ovis, a sheep, are feminine terms, whether applied to guys or even females.
    • Belonging to or including both sexes: specifically, in sentence structure, put on nouns having just one as a type of sex to point creatures of both sexes: hence, the Greek ο%35ϊς and Latin ovis, a sheep, are feminine words, whether applied to guys or even females.
    • owned by or including both sexes: particularly, in sentence structure, applied to nouns having just one kind of gender to point pets of both sexes: therefore, the Greek ο%35ϊς and Latin ovis, a sheep, are feminine terms, whether put on guys or even to females.
    • Belonging to or including both sexes: specially, in sentence structure, placed on nouns having just one form of gender to indicate creatures of both sexes: hence, the Greek ο%35ϊς and Latin ovis, a sheep, are feminine terms, whether applied to guys or to females.

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