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used in The Iliad by Homer - (translated by: Edward)

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male or female

or (especially with regard to self-identification): the state of being male, female, or in any of many trans categories
  • ...his brows His eyes like lightning flash'd; with fierce delight He seiz'd the glorious gift: and when his soul Had feasted on the miracle of art, To Thetis thus his winged words address'd: "Mother, the God hath giv'n me arms indeed, Worthy a God, and such as mortal man Could never forge; I go to arm me straight; Yet fear I for Menoetius' noble son, Lest in his spear-inflicted wounds the flies May gender worms, and desecrate the dead, And, life extinct, corruption reach his flesh."
    2.19 — Volume 2 Book 19 (5% in)

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