Gynomorph meaning is a Greek word used to describe a man with distinctly feminine features.
In Greek mythology and religion, a ginomorph is a two-sex god with both masculine and feminine characteristics. Gynomorphs are depicted as feminine young men, such as Dionysus, a masculine God with clearly feminine features. The jinomorphs retained the creative capacity of their female gods, possessed Cosmic wombs. But they also possessed the powers of insemination attributed to their male deities.
In biology, a Gynomorph is a male that resembles a female, whereas an andromorph is a female that resembles a male. For example, some female damselflies show color variations typically found in males. Andromorphs are thought to benefit from avoiding male harassment by being similar to males. Some authors have suggested that this benefit is offset by a higher likelihood of detection for andromorphs compared to gynomorphs due to differences in body color.
Gynomorph is a Greek word used to describe a man with distinctly feminine features.
Gynomorph is a word used to describe an organism with female physical characteristics.