Definition for word Women.
Woman Wom"an, n.; pl. Women. [OE. woman, womman, wumman,
wimman, wifmon, AS. w[=i]fmann, w[=i]mmann; w[=i]f woman,
wife + mann a man. See Wife, and Man.]
1. An adult female person; a grown-up female person, as
distinguished from a man or a child; sometimes, any female
Women are soft, mild pitiful, and flexible. --Shak.
And the rib, which the Lord God had taken from man,
made he a woman. --Gen. ii. 22.
I have observed among all nations that the women
ornament themselves more than the men; that,
wherever found, they are the same kind, civil,
obliging, humane, tender beings, inclined to be gay
and cheerful, timorous and modest. --J. Ledyard.
2. The female part of the human race; womankind.
Man is destined to be a prey to woman. --Thackeray.
3. A female attendant or servant. `` By her woman I sent your
Woman hater, one who hates women; one who has an aversion
to the female sex; a misogynist. --Swift., Women Wom"en, n.,
pl. of Woman., Herdswoman Herds"wom`an, n.; pl. -women.
A woman who tends a herd. --Sir W. Scott.
Explination we found from Wikipedia for Women.
- a woman
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' , w , ? , m , i- , n is a female human
. - the term woman
is usually reserved
for an adult
- women. (vous les femmes, 'you women' premiered
2007) is a french sketch comedy
show starring judith siboni
- women's association football
(women's soccer) is the most prominent
team sport played
by women around
the globe. it is played
- women's suffrage, also known
as woman suffrage
is the right
to vote and to stand
- women's rights
are the rights
and entitlements claimed
of many societies
worldwide. in some places these rights
- political, economic, and social rights
this includes seeking
to establish equal opportunities
- the ncaa women's division
is an annual college basketball tournament
for women. held each april, the women's championship
- the united states
women's national soccer
team, often referred
to as uswnt, represents
the united states
- the feminist movement
as the women's movement, women's liberation, or women's lib) refers
to a series
- the women's tennis association
in 1973 by billie
jean king , is the principal organizing
body of women's professional tennis