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Male and Female Vocabulary


Definitions
Male: belonging to the sex that does not give birth
Female: belonging to the sex that can lay eggs or give birth

Here is the list of the most common male and female words for people, jobs and positions.

Male
Female
actor
actress
barman
barmaid
boy
girl
brother
sister
chairman
chairwoman
duke
duchess
father
mother
gentleman
lady
grandfather
grandmother
groom
bride
headmaster
headmistress
hero
heroine
host
hostess
husband
wife
king
queen
landlord
landlady
man
woman
manager
manageress
monk
nun
nephew
niece
prince
princess
steward
stewardess
uncle
aunt
waiter
waitress
widower
widow

Male/Female Vocabulary

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