- According to  apparently not, though it could be medieval (I don't have medieval Latin sources offhand to check with) —Muke Tever
- According to your source, humani in Lucretius' natura humanis omnia sunt paria could count as meaning 'men, mortals'. Andres 23:07, 24 Jun 2004 (UTC)
- Having the nature or attributes of a human being
The IPA pronunciation for human is described as IPA: /ˈçjuː.mən̩/. Unfortunately, the ç does not appear on the IPA page.
- It is an IPA symbol, but nobody has bothered to include it in that particular page. It is a voiceless palatal fricative, like the German 'ch' in ich or the Japanese 'h' in hito. It is the palatalized version of /x/ (loch, machen, ach). —Stephen (Talk) 14:19, 27 May 2011 (UTC)