Morphodite vs. Hermaphrodite

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  • Morphodite (noun)


  • Hermaphrodite (noun)

    An individual or organism possessing ambiguous sexual organs, typically including both types of gonads. from late 14th c.

    "An earthworm is a hermaphrodite."

  • Hermaphrodite (noun)

    A person or thing possessing two opposing qualities.

  • Hermaphrodite (noun)

    A hermaphrodite brig.

  • Hermaphrodite (noun)

    A farm wagon convertible to multiple purposes.

  • Hermaphrodite (adjective)

    Having gender-ambiguous sexual organs, typically including both types of gonads.

  • Hermaphrodite (adjective)

    Combining two opposing qualities.

  • Morphodite (noun)

    Originally: a hermaphrodite; a person having both male and female sex characteristics. In later use also: a homosexual man or woman, especially one overtly manifesting features or attributes regarded as characteristic of the opposite sex; a transvestite.

  • Morphodite (noun)

    English regional (east.). A wagon able to be converted into a cart.

  • Hermaphrodite (noun)

    a person or animal having both male and female sex organs or other sexual characteristics, either abnormally or (in the case of some organisms) as the natural condition.

  • Hermaphrodite (noun)

    a plant having stamens and pistils in the same flower.

  • Hermaphrodite (noun)

    a person or thing combining opposite qualities or characteristics.

  • Hermaphrodite (adjective)

    of or denoting a person, animal, or plant having both male and female sex organs or other sexual characteristics

    "hermaphrodite creatures in classical sculpture"

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