transie

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EtymologyEdit

From trans +‎ -ie.

NounEdit

transie (plural transies)

  1. (slang, sometimes derogatory) A transsexual, transgender, or transvestite person; a tranny.
    • 1995, Sandy Stone, in TransSisters: the Journal of Transsexual Feminism (Spring 1995):
      [] understand that we need to work on our own issues as transies, and that we need to prepare for the "next transformation" []
    • 1997 October 11, Mrs Butkus, “Re: Confessions of a Middle-Aged Transfan Wannabe”, in alt.support.srs[1] (Usenet):
      [>How interesting it would be to watch and assist her as she grows to fully embrace her womanhood, and how delightful to lend your masculine touch to her life.]
      Oh, yes, when I think of the "masculine touch" I immediately envision a transie.

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AdjectiveEdit

transie

  1. feminine singular of transi

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