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having the worthy qualities of human beings,such as kindness or compassion
humane;adjective
a philosophy in which interests and claues of human beings are of primary importance
humanism;noun
branches of knowledge concerned with human beings and their culture: philosophy, literature, and the fine arts, as distinguished from the sciences
humanities;noun
the scientific study of the origins, cultural development, and customs of human beings
anthropology; noun
a person who hates all people
misanthrope; noun
the killing of one person by another; a person who kills another
homicide; noun
having certain characteristics traditionally associated with masculinity, especially physical strength, vitality and assertiveness
virile; adjective
the branch of medicine dealing with disorders and tretment of the reproductive system in women
gynecoloy; noun
the belief hat women should possess the same political and economic rights as men
feminism; noun
a supporter of women's claims to the same rights and treatment as men
feminist; noun
1.a ruler who has absolute or unlimited power; a despot
2.any arrogant, dominating person
autocrat; noun
a person who behaves in a mechanical, routine manner; a robot
automaton; noun
the condition of being self-govering; independence
autonomy; noun
the examination of a corpse to determine the cause of death
autopsy; noun
conceit; valuing everything according to ones personal intersts; excessive confidence in the rightness of ones own opinion
egoism; noun
ego
<L. "i"
autos
<G. "self"
femina
<L. "woman"
gyne
<G. "woman
vir
<L. "man"
homi-, homin
<L. "human being"
anthropos
<G. "human being" or "man"
humanus
<L. "human being"