- adj. [动][植] 雌雄同体的；[动][植] 雌雄同花的
- androgynous (adj.)
- 1620s, from Latin androgynus, from Greek androgynos "hermaphrodite, male and female in one; womanish man;" as an adjective (of baths) "common to men and women," from andros, genitive of aner "male" (see anthropo-) + gyne "woman" (see queen).
- 1. Belinda was always attracted to men with an androgynous quality to them.
- 2. The style was quite androgynous.
- 3. Twentieth - century Western woman is truly an androgynous creature.
- 4. In the last chapter Woolf touched the possibility of an androgynous mind.
- 5. What is disturbing about a Bitch is that she is androgynous.
[ androgynous 造句 ]