Feminine vs. Sissy

Feminine vs. Sissy — Is There a Difference?

Difference Between Feminine and Sissy

Feminineadjective

Of or relating to women or girls.

Sissynoun

A person regarded as timid or cowardly.

Feminineadjective

Characterized by or possessing qualities traditionally attributed to women, such as demureness.

Sissynoun

(Offensive) A boy or man regarded as effeminate.

Feminineadjective

Effeminate; womanish.

Sissynoun

(Informal) Sister.

Feminineadjective

(Grammar) Relating or belonging to the gender of words or forms that refer chiefly to females or to things grammatically classified as female.

Sissynoun

An effeminate boy or man.

Femininenoun

The feminine gender.

Sissynoun

A timid, unassertive or cowardly person.

Femininenoun

A word or form belonging to the feminine gender.

Sissynoun

(BDSM) A male crossdresser who adopts feminine behaviours.

Feminineadjective

Of or pertaining to the female gender; womanly.

Sissynoun

(colloquial) Sister.

Feminineadjective

Of or pertaining to the female sex; biologically female, not male.

Sissynoun

Urination; urine.

Feminineadjective

Belonging to females; typically used by females.

Mary, Elizabeth, and Edith are feminine names.

Sissyadjective

(pejorative) Effeminate.

Feminineadjective

Having the qualities stereotypically associated with women: nurturing, not aggressive.

Sissyadjective

(pejorative) Cowardly.

Feminineadjective

(grammar) Of, pertaining or belonging to the female grammatical gender, in languages that have gender distinctions.

Sissyverb

To urinate.

Femininenoun

That which is feminine.

Sissynoun

a timid man or boy considered childish or unassertive

Femininenoun

A woman.

Sissyadjective

having unsuitable feminine qualities

Femininenoun

(grammar) The feminine gender.

Femininenoun

(grammar) A word of the feminine gender.

Femininenoun

a gender that refers chiefly (but not exclusively) to females or to objects classified as female

Feminineadjective

associated with women and not with men;

feminine intuition

Feminineadjective

of grammatical gender;

`it' is the third-person singular neuter pronoun

Feminineadjective

befitting or characteristic of a woman especially a mature woman;

womanly virtues of gentleness and compassion

Feminineadjective

(music or poetry) ending on an unaccented beat or syllable;

a feminine ending