Definitions for muliebrityˌmyu liˈɛb rɪ ti
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mu•li•eb•ri•tyˌmyu liˈɛb rɪ ti(n.)
Origin of muliebrity:
1585–95; < LL muliēbritās, der. of = L muliēbri(s) womanly
the state of being an adult woman
the trait of behaving in ways considered typical for women
The state or quality of being a woman, the features of woman's nature.
The coordinate term to virility, in an analogy with the coordinate terms of femininity and masculinity.
Femininity, specifically the feminine form of an adult woman.
Attainment of womanhood; state of puberty in a female
A state of womanhood, in contrast to maidenhood.
Origin: From muliebritas, from muliebris, from mulier
the state of being a woman or of possessing full womanly powers; womanhood; -- correlate of virility
hence: Effeminancy; softness