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androgyne (n.)

"a hermaphrodite," mid-12c., from Medieval Latin androgyne (fem.), from Greek androgynos "a hermaphrodite, a woman-man" (see androgynous). Related: Androgynism.

updated on January 07, 2017

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Definitions of androgyne from WordNet

androgyne (n.)
one having both male and female sexual characteristics and organs; at birth an unambiguous assignment of male or female cannot be made;
Synonyms: hermaphrodite / intersex / gynandromorph / epicene / epicene person
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