Definition of Androgyne. Meaning of Androgyne. Synonyms of Androgyne

Definition of Androgyne. Meaning of Androgyne. Synonyms of Androgyne

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Definition of Androgyne

Androgyne
Androgyne An"dro*gyne, n. 1. An hermaphrodite. 2. (Bot.) An androgynous plant. --Whewell.

Meaning of Androgyne from wikipedia

- derived from the older French (14th Century) and English (c. 1550) term androgyne. The terms are ultimately derived from Ancient Gr****: ἀνδρόγυνος, from...
- Theatre of Tennessee Williams, Volume VII In the Winter of Cities (1956) Androgyne, Mon Amour (1977) Gussow, Mel and Holditch, Kenneth, eds. Tennessee Williams...
- was an androgyne looking to change from male to female. At the time, the term transgender was not prevalent; instead words such as "androgyne" and "fairie"...
- with justice. His one arm is female, the other male like the ones of the androgyne of Khunrath, the attributes of which we had to unite with those of our...
- Greco-Roman mythology features male homo****uality in many of the constituent myths. In addition, there are instances of cross-dressing, and of androgyny...
- use the female restroom) or the one matching their internal feelings. Androgyne Bigender Bissu List of transgender-related topics Pan****uality Postgenderism...
- Angeles:Alyson Publications, 2002:9. Retrieved 2007-04-07. "Androgyne – Define Androgyne at Dictionary.com". Dictionary.com. Archived from the original...
- those describing what they see as a gender ambiguity. Androgynous (also androgyne) is frequently used as a descriptive term for people in this category...
- Gender identities Androgyne Bigender Boi Cisgender Female Gender bender Gender neutrality Gender**** Male Pangender Transfeminine Transgender Trans man...
- It is the title character of American author Stephen King's 1986 horror novel It. The character is a malevolent entity which preys upon the children of...
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