epiceno

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Italian[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin epicoenus, from Ancient Greek ἐπίκοινος ‎(epíkoinos), based on κοινός ‎(koinós, common).

Adjective[edit]

epiceno m ‎(feminine singular epicena, masculine plural epiceni, feminine plural epicene)

  1. (grammar) common (gender)

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Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin epicoenus, from Ancient Greek ἐπίκοινος ‎(epíkoinos), based on κοινός ‎(koinós, common).

Adjective[edit]

epiceno m ‎(feminine singular epicena, masculine plural epicenos, feminine plural epicenas, comparable)

  1. (grammar) epicene (having only one gender, regardless of the referent’s sex)

Spanish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Latin epicoenus, from Ancient Greek ἐπίκοινος ‎(epíkoinos), based on κοινός ‎(koinós, common).

Pronunciation[edit]

Adjective[edit]

epiceno m ‎(feminine singular epicena, masculine plural epicenos, feminine plural epicenas)

  1. (grammar, of gender) common; epicene

Noun[edit]

epiceno m ‎(plural epicenos)

  1. epicene; an epicene word (especially a noun)

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