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Synonyms for gender



Synonyms for gender

a grammatical category in inflected languages governing the agreement between nouns and pronouns and adjectives

the properties that distinguish organisms on the basis of their reproductive roles

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The pronunciation, as it happens, is just what I am most at home in; if he had said my genders or my idioms there would have been some sense.
Every noun has a gender, and there is no sense or system in the distribution; so the gender of each must be learned separately and by heart.
It would tire you to remember that DO meant b, TU o, and RO y, and that to say he-boy you must prefix the ape masculine gender sound BU before the entire word and the feminine gender sound MU before each of the lower-case letters which go to make up boy--it would tire you and it would bring me to the nineteenth hole several strokes under par.
Panromantic: A person who has romantic, but not necessarily sexual, attractions to people of all genders and sexes.
Specifically, while some Christian women hold to traditional beliefs regarding gender roles, others believe in the equality of the genders in both principle and practice.
While chairing the second meeting of the UAE Gender Balance Council on behalf of Shaikha Manal, Mona Ghanem Al Marri, Vice-President of the UAE Gender Balance Council, stressed the importance of implementing a comprehensive strategy to bridge the gap between the two genders.
In the Western world, it is accepted that only two genders exist but some countries and cultures accept a third one.
Our cultural beliefs dictate that there are only two biological sexes corresponding to two genders.
Significantly, whereas people choose how to express gender, they do not choose how others will perceive their genders.
The other social goals were not statistically significantly different between genders.
6) Historian Peter Stearns contends that girls' and boys' "emotional cultures" were becoming less distinct in the 1920s, as child-rearing literature portrayed children of both genders as displaying many of the same emotional responses to common childhood travails.
Like Angela, Lucky is in the process of transitioning genders to become a young man.
Arizona scientists propose a new scenario to explain why perfectly good, everybody's-equal, bisexual flowers evolve forms with different genders.
She was not officially in the Free University program, which for political reasons has to extend the transition to two years of agony between the genders, following the Benjamin Standards, the accepted medical protocols for gender-change operations.