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التي في فئةENGLISH - PRONUNCIATION
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English - Pronunciation

* (Received Pronunciation) IPA(key): /dʒɛndə/ * (US) IPA(key): /dʒɛndɚ/ * Rhymes: -ɛndə(ɹ)

التي في فئةENGLISH - ETYMOLOGY 1
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English - Etymology 1

From Middle English, from Middle French _gendre_, _genre_, from Latin _genus_ (“kind, sort”). The verb developed after the noun. NOUN GENDER (_plural_ GENDERS) * (grammar) A division of nouns and pronouns (and sometimes of other parts of speech), such as masculine / feminine / neuter, or animate / inanimate. * 1991, Greville G. Corbett, _Gender_ (ISBN 052133845X), page 65: In Algonquian languages, given the full morphology of a noun, one can predict whether it belongs to the animate or inanimate GENDER […] * (informal, sometimes proscribed) Biological sex: a division into which an organism is placed according to its reproductive functions or organs. _the trait is found in both GENDERS_ * (informal, sometimes proscribed) Biological sex: the sum of the biological characteristics by which male and female and other organisms are distinguished. _The effect of the medication is dependent upon age, GENDER, and other factors._ * Identification as male/masculine, female/feminine, or something else, and association with a (social) role or set of behavioral and cultural traits, clothing, etc typically associated with one sex. (Compare _gender role_, _gender identity_.) * 2007, Helen Boyd, _She's Not the Man I Married: My Life with a Transgender Husband_ (ISBN 0786750545), page 93: One wife I met at a conference was in a hurry for her husband to have the genital surgery because she worried about his GENDER and genitals not matching if he were in a car accident, […] * 2010, Eve Shapiro, _Gender Circuits: Bodies and Identities in a Technological Age_ (ISBN 113499950X): Thomas Beatie, a transgendered man, announced in an April 2008 issue of the gay and lesbian news magazine, _The Advocate_, that he was pregnant. […] Moreover, he saw no conflict between his GENDER and his pregnancy. * 2012, Elizabeth Reis, _American Sexual Histories_, page 5: Intersex people too challenge the idea that physical sex, not merely GENDER, is binary – a person must be definitively either one sex or the other. * The sociocultural phenomenon of the division of people into various categories such as "male" and "female", with each having associated clothing, roles, stereotypes, etc. * 1993, David Spurr, _The Rhetoric of Empire: Colonial Discourse in Journalism, Travel Writing, and Imperial Administration_, page 187: The annals of colonial history offer relatively few such encounters between women, and it may be that GENDER has created here a marginal space in which something like an actual dialogue is possible between British and Sudanese. * 2004, Wenona Mary Giles, Jennifer Hyndman, _Sites of violence: gender and conflict zones_, page 28: GENDER does not necessarily have primacy in this respect. Economic class and ethnic differentiation can also be important relational hierarchies, […] . But these other differentiations are always also gendered, and in turn they help construct what is a man or a woman in any given circumstance. So while GENDER is binary, its components have varied expressions. * 2005, Colin Renfrew, Paul Bahn, _Archaeology: The Key Concepts_, page 131: Even with some adamant processualists, however, GENDER has made inroads. * (obsolete) Class; kind. * circa 1603, Shakespeare, _The Tragedy of Othello, The Moor of Venice_, Act 1, Scene 3: ...plant nettles or sow lettuce, set hyssop and weed up thyme, supply it with one GENDER of herbs or distract it with many... USAGE NOTES * Some speakers, particularly in informal contexts, use _sex_ and _gender_ synonymously (interchangeably). In formal contexts, a distinction is usually made between _sex_ (which is biological) and _gender_ (which is social). See Wikipedia's article on the sex/gender distinction for more. SYNONYMS * (biological sex): sex * (class or kind): genre DERIVED TERMS TRANSLATIONS SEE ALSO * (grammar) feminine, masculine, neuter * (sex) female, male, hermaphroditic/hermaphrodite; man, woman, hermaphrodite * (mental

From Middle English, from Middle French gendre, genre, from Latin genus (kind, sort). The verb developed after the noun.

Noun

gender (plural genders)

  1. (grammar) A division of nouns and pronouns (and sometimes of other parts of speech), such as masculine / feminine / neuter, or animate / inanimate.
  2. (informal, sometimes proscribed) Biological sex: a division into which an organism is placed according to its reproductive functions or organs.
    the trait is found in both genders
  3. (informal, sometimes proscribed) Biological sex: the sum of the biological characteristics by which male and female and other organisms are distinguished.
    The effect of the medication is dependent upon age, gender, and other factors.
  4. Identification as male/masculine, female/feminine, or something else, and association with a (social) role or set of behavioral and cultural traits, clothing, etc typically associated with one sex. (Compare gender role, gender identity.)
  5. The sociocultural phenomenon of the division of people into various categories such as "male" and "female", with each having associated clothing, roles, stereotypes, etc.
  6. (obsolete) Class; kind.
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English - Etymology 2

From Middle English _gendren_, _genderen_, from Middle French _gendrer_, from Latin _generāre_. VERB GENDER (_third-person singular simple present_ GENDERS, _present participle_ GENDERING, _simple past and past participle_ GENDERED) * (archaic) To engender. * (archaic or obsolete) To breed. * Leviticus 19:19 (KJV): Ye shall keep my statutes. Thou shalt not let thy cattle GENDER with a diverse kind: thou shalt not sow thy field with mingled seed: neither shall a garment mingled of linen and woollen come upon thee. TRANSLATIONS

From Middle English gendren, genderen, from Middle French gendrer, from Latin generāre.

Verb

gender (third-person singular simple present genders, present participle gendering, simple past and past participle gendered)

  1. (archaic) To engender.
  2. (archaic or obsolete) To breed.
Translations

التي في فئةDUTCH - ETYMOLOGY
معلومات عن الموضوع

Dutch - Etymology

From English _gender_.

From English gender.

التي في فئةDUTCH - PRONUNCIATION
معلومات عن الموضوع

Dutch - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /ˈɣɛn.dər/, /ˈdʒɛn.dər/

  • IPA(key): /ˈɣɛn.dər/, /ˈdʒɛn.dər/

التي في فئةDUTCH - NOUN
معلومات عن الموضوع

Dutch - Noun

GENDER c (_plural_ GENDERS) * gender (mental analog of sex) USAGE NOTES Dutch lacks words to distinguish _gender_ from _sex_, using the words _geslacht_ or _sekse_ to encompass both concepts. The term _gender_ in Dutch has been recently introduced for cases when a clear distinction is needed, such as in the distinction between _transgender_ (feeling oneself to be different from one's birth sex) and _transsexual_ (having or desiring the sexual organs of the sex opposite to those one had at birth). RELATED TERMS * genderdysforie * transgender

gender c (plural genders)

  1. gender (mental analog of sex)

Usage notes

Dutch lacks words to distinguish gender from sex, using the words geslacht or sekse to encompass both concepts. The term gender in Dutch has been recently introduced for cases when a clear distinction is needed, such as in the distinction between transgender (feeling oneself to be different from one's birth sex) and transsexual (having or desiring the sexual organs of the sex opposite to those one had at birth).

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