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1833; see androgynous.
1620s, from Latin androgynus, from Greek androgynos "hermaphrodite, male and female in one; womanish man;" as an adjective (of baths) "common to men and women," from andros, genitive of aner "male" (see anthropo-) + gyne "woman" (see queen).
androgyny an·drog·y·ny (ān-drŏj'ə-nē)n.
The condition of having both masculine and feminine characteristics, as in appearance, attitude, or behavior.