Definition of Feminities
1. feminity [n] - See also: feminity
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Feminities
Literary usage of Feminities
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An Elementary Grammar of the Sanscrit Language: Partly in the Roman by Monier Monier-Williams, Manu (1846)
"the feminities of nouns of agency like karin (r. 131.. 3. ... the feminities of active participles of the second preterite like ..."
2. The Five Great Monarchies of the Ancient Eastern World: Or, The History by George Rawlinson (1881)
"Themes in -u took v as the characteristic of the locative instead of t/,12 the masculines changing -M into auva (with a short final a), and the feminities ..."
3. Gesenius Hebrew grammar by Wilhelm Gesenius, Emil Roediger (1851)
"... feminities, ... •'Vi sickness, though in feminities it is always so, as in ri'bsd rest, fi^ib garland. ..."
4. Historical Outlines of English Accidence: Comprising Chapters on the History by Richard Morris (1872)
"When the suffix -stcr was felt no longer to mark the gender, some new feminities were formed by the addition of the Romance French -ess to the English -ster ..."
5. A Practical German Grammar by Calvin Thomas (1895)
"A complete list need not bo given, since all monosyllabic feminities not included under § 275, ... The polysyllabic feminities are countless (cf. § 93,1). ..."