Etymology
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unman (v.)

1590s, "to deprive of the attributes of a human being," from un- (2) + verbal derivative of man (n.). Meaning "to deprive of manly courage" is attested from c. 1600; that of "to emasculate" is from 1680s.

updated on April 30, 2012

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Definitions of unman from WordNet

unman (v.)
cause to lose one's nerve;
an unmanning experience
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