The Alternative Latin Dictionary: muliebris

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Entry definition

muliebris etymology From mulier. pronunciation
  • (Classical) /mu.liˈe.bris/
adjective: {{la-adj-3rd-2E}}
  1. of a woman, womanly, feminine, female
  2. (pejorative) effeminate, womanish, unmanly
Synonyms: (feminine) fēminīnus
antonyms:
  • (feminine) masculīnus, masculus
related terms: {{top2}}
  • mulier
  • muliebrōsus
  • mulierārius
  • muliercula
  • mulierculārius
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  • mulieritās
  • mulierō
  • mulierōsitās
  • mulierōsus
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descendants:
  • Italian: muliebre

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