EnglishEdit

EtymologyEdit

ovule +‎ -ar. In the feminist sense, chosen as an opposite to seminar because of that term's etymological link with semen, the male sexual fluid.

AdjectiveEdit

ovular (comparative more ovular, superlative most ovular)

  1. Of or pertaining to an oval.
  2. Of or pertaining to an ovule.

NounEdit

ovular (plural ovulars)

  1. (feminism, rare) A seminar for feminists.
    • 1994, Christina Hoff Sommers, Who Stole Feminism?:
      Trebilco considers 'seminar' offensively 'masculinist', so she has replaced it with ovular, which she regards as its feminist equivalent. [1]

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PortugueseEdit

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AdjectiveEdit

ovular m or f (plural ovulares)

  1. oval (of or relating to an ovum)

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VerbEdit

ovular (first-person singular present ovulo, first-person singular preterite ovulei, past participle ovulado)

  1. to ovulate (to produce eggs or ova)
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RomanianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From French ovulaire.

AdjectiveEdit

ovular m or n (feminine singular ovulară, masculine plural ovulari, feminine and neuter plural ovulare)

  1. ovular

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SpanishEdit

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): /obuˈlaɾ/, [o.β̞uˈlaɾ]

VerbEdit

ovular (first-person singular present ovulo, first-person singular preterite ovulé, past participle ovulado)

  1. to ovulate

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