Part of speech:
All human males; the male sex
a person who belongs to the sex that cannot have babies
(Grammar) Relating or belonging to the gender of words or forms that refer chiefly to males or to things grammatically classified as male.
Well-developed or toned in musculature:
Masculine in a robust way; manly:
Exhibiting or characterized by machismo; overly aggressive, virile, domineering, etc.
Possessing inner or physical strength; powerful.
Having stamens but no pistils:
One who swore allegiance to a lord in the Middle Ages; a vassal.
A person of equal rank, position, or background; a peer.
A rope, chain, rod, or wire attached to something to steady or guide it
Alternative spelling of man child.
Possessing human qualities
Concerned primarily with humans; anthropocentric.
Caused by man, as air pollution
Of, characterized by, or resulting from anthropomorphism
Relating to, based on, or tracing ancestral descent through the paternal line.
A feeling of strong ill will or hatred; animosity
A primate of the suborder Anthropoidea.
A mounted soldier; a knight.
A person devoted to the world; a worldling.
The presence in some humans and in some individuals of other animal species of both male and female reproductive organs and secondary sexual characteristics in the same individual.
Any of a family (Hominidae) of two-legged primates including all forms of humans, extinct and living
The modern species of humans, the only extant species of the primate tribe Hominini.
(Historical) In the theory of preformation, the minuscule, fully formed human being that develops into the fetus
A being who must eventually die; esp., a human being; person
The proportion of deaths to the population of a region, nation, etc.; death rate
A land or territory
- Virile stresses qualities such as robustness, vigor, and, specif., sexual potency, that belong to a physically mature man
- Mannish , used chiefly of women, is most often used derogatorily and implies the possession or adoption of traits and manners thought to be more appropriate to a man
- Manly suggests the generally desirable qualities, such as courage and independence, that a culture ideally associates with a man who has maturity of character
- Masculine is applied to qualities, such as strength and vigor, traditionally ascribed to men, or to things thought to be characteristic of or appropriate to men
- Male is the basic term applied to members of the sex that is biologically distinguished from the female sex and is used of animals and plants as well as of human beings
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