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Woman / Man

Woman, Latin and technically also femina, refers to a female adult human being. Female children and adolescents are referred to as girls.

Females with typical genetic development have a pair of chromosomes XX and, unlike males, are usually able to become pregnant and bear children from puberty to menopause. The female anatomy, unlike the male, includes the fallopian tubes, ovaries, uterus, vagina, vulva, paraurethral gland, and Bartholin's glands. The adult female's pelvis is wider, hips are wider, and breasts are larger than those of an adult male. Women have significantly less facial and other body hair, a higher body fat composition, and are on average smaller and less muscular than men.

The word "woman" in its original sense refers to the biological sex "female."

The word man refers to a male adult human being and in its original sense refers to biological sex. Male children and adolescents are referred to as boys.
 
The development of biological sex is genetically determined by a pair of XY chromosomes, with the Y chromosome and the male sex hormone testosterone in particular controlling the development of male primary and secondary sexual characteristics. Men produce sperm that can be used to fertilize eggs. They are not capable of becoming pregnant at any stage of their lives, unlike women with typical genetic development.

The word "man" in its original sense refers to the biological sex "male".