troisième sexe, referring to masculine women in 1817 and homosexuals in 1847.First used by Lord Byron and others in English in reference to Catholic clergy. sex (countable and uncountable, plural sexes) The translations below need to be checked and inserted above into the appropriate translation tables, removing any numbers.Usage for sexual intercourse first attested in 1900 (in the writings of H. Numbers do not necessarily match those in definitions.See instructions at Wiktionary: Entry layout#Translations.
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