neutrois

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Coined by H. A. Burnham in 1995 as a self-description. Compare neuter.

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neutrois ‎(not comparable)

  1. (rare, of a person) Having a null or neutral gender (being neither male nor female), and having or seeking to have no or reduced signs of physical sex.
    • 2005, Matt Kailey, Just Add Hormones: an insider's guide to the transsexual experience:
      In some cases, these people self-identify as genderqueer, genderless, or neutrois.
    • 2016, Ian McEwan, Nutshell:
      A social-media site famously proposes seventy-one gender options – neutrois, two spirit, bigender…any colour you like, Mr Ford.

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