a gender that refers chiefly (but not exclusively) to females or to objects classified as female
associated with women and not with men
of grammatical gender
befitting or characteristic of a woman especially a mature woman
"womanly virtues of gentleness and compassion"
(music or poetry) ending on an unaccented beat or syllable
"a feminine ending"
The female principle
They guide the feminines toward the palace u2014 Richard Hakluyt
Any one of those words which are the appellations of females, or which have the terminations usually found in such words; as, actress, songstress, abbess, executrix.
There are but few true feminines in English u2014 Latham
Of or pertaining to woman.
Having the qualities of a woman.
Of the female sex; biologically female, not male, womanly.
Belonging to females; appropriated to, or used by, females.
Mary, Elizabeth, and Edith are feminine names.
Having the qualities associated with a woman or the female gender; suitable to, or characteristic of, a woman; nurturing; not masculine or aggressive.
Grammatical gender distinction in languages that describes nouns including those pertaining to females and objects that are assigned the feminine gender.
Origin: From féminin, from femininus, from femina, from dʰeh₁-m̥n-eh₂. Related to fetus, feminism, filial, fellatio.
of or pertaining to a woman, or to women; characteristic of a woman; womanish; womanly
having the qualities of a woman; becoming or appropriate to the female sex; as, in a good sense, modest, graceful, affectionate, confiding; or, in a bad sense, weak, nerveless, timid, pleasure-loving, effeminate
any one of those words which are the appellations of females, or which have the terminations usually found in such words; as, actress, songstress, abbess, executrix
Associated with women; befitting or characteristic of a woman.
The ability of an animal or human to feel, know, express and demonstrate kindness, balance, creativity, equality, unconditional love, spirituality, compassion, emotion, nurturing, caring, cooperation and to have the ability to express the true essence of our soul from our heart.
Feminine energy that is the ability to express female qualities whether we are a male or female animal or human being is vital for the evolution of our planet where it is acceptable to express your feminine energy.Submitted by MaryC on July 15, 2016
The numerical value of feminine in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of feminine in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3
Examples of feminine in a Sentence
Shopping, true feminine felicity !
Know the masculine, keep to the feminine.
The deepest experience of the creator is feminine, for it is experience of receiving and bearing.
It’s super feminine with sheer and mesh details and eyelash lace that is used traditionally in lingerie.
Considering who is nominated, I think it is going to be a cross between very sophisticated and very feminine.
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- жано́цкі, жаночы род, жаночыBelarusian
- женствен, женски, же́нски род, женаBulgarian
- femeníCatalan, Valencian
- зударийн родChechen
- ženský, ženský rodCzech
- kvindelig, feminin, kvinde, femininum, hunkønDanish
- weiblich, feminin, Frau, Weib, FemininumGerman
- θηλυκό, θηλυκός, γυναικείοςGreek
- femenino, femenilSpanish
- مؤنث, زنانهPersian
- nainen, naispuolinen, feminiininen, feminiini, naisellinen, naaraspuolinen, naaras, napsu, naismainenFinnish
- froulikWestern Frisian
- baineann, baininscneachIrish
- banail, boireannScottish Gaelic
- női, nőstény, nőnemű, nőnem, nőies, fehérnépHungarian
- իգական, կանացի, կնոջArmenian
- femminile, donnaItalian
- 女性的な, 女性の, 女性, 女らしい, 女の, 女性らしい, 女性名詞Japanese
- ភេទស្រី, ឥត្ថីលិង្គKhmer
- 여성, 나약한, 여성의, 여자다운Korean
- dzimte, sieviešu, sievišķīgais, sievišķs, sievišķīgs, sieviete, dzimtesLatvian
- स्त्रीलिंगी, बायकी, स्त्रैणMarathi
- rodzaj żeńskiPolish
- ښځينهPashto, Pushto
- feminina, feminino, mulherPortuguese
- femeiesc, femininRomanian
- женский, женственный, же́нский родRussian
- ženský, ženský rodSlovak
- feminin, kvinna, kvinnlig, femininumSwedish
- жіночий, жіночий рідUkrainian
- giống cáiVietnamese
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