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man; human being; person; individual; someone; somebody; mortal; soul; human; homo; Earthman; terrestrial; inhabitant of the earth; tellurian; earthling; earthman; worldling; human life[ClasseHyper.]

(dead; late; disappeared), (die; decease; perish; go; exit; pass away; expire; pass; pass on; depart this life; become extinct; die out; kick the bucket; cash in one's chips; buy the farm; conk; give-up the ghost; drop dead; pop off; choke; croak; snuff it), (be dying; be at death's door; be within an ace of death; be at the point of death; be close to death; be near death; face death; be as good as dead), (soft leather), (death; dying; demise), (life insurance; life assurance), (dying), (last will), (mortal), (deathrate; death rate; mortality; mortality rate; fatality rate; birth rate/death rate)[termes liés]

biology[Domaine]

Human[Domaine]

being, existence, organism - causal agency, causal agent, cause[Hyper.]

people[membre]

mortal[CeQuiEst~]

individualise, individualize, personalise, personalize - personate, personify - personhood[Dérivé]

self - adult, grownup, grown-up, major, major premise - adventurer, venturer - anomaly, unusual person - applicant, applier, candidate, nominee - appointee, appointment - capitalist - captor, capturer - changer, modifier - color-blind person - commoner, common man, common person - communicator - contestant - coward - creator - controversialist, disputant, eristic - applied scientist, engineer, technologist - cabaret artiste, entertainer - experimenter - expert, specialist - face - female, female person, woman - individualist - denizen, dweller, habitant, indweller, inhabitant, occupant, resident - aboriginal, aborigine, autochthon, autochton, indigen, indigene, native - inexperienced person, innocent, naïve - egghead, intellect, intellectual - juvenile, juvenile person, youngster - lover - leader - bloke, buck, dick, dude, feller, geezer, male, male person, man - money dealer, money handler - national, subject - nonreligious person - nonworker - coequal, compeer, equal, like, match, peer - beholder, observer, perceiver, percipient - percher - forerunner, precursor - primitive, primitive person - religious person - sensualist - traveler, traveller - unfortunate, unfortunate person - persona non grata, unwelcome person - unskilled person - worker, workman - African - person of color, person of colour - Black, blackamoor, black man, Black person, black woman, darkie, Negro, Negroid, wog - Caucasian, White, White person - American Indian, Amerindian, Native American, West Indian - Slav - gentile - Hebrew, Israelite, Jew, Jewess - Aries, Ram - Bull, Taurus - Gemini, Twin - Cancer, Crab - Leo, Lion - Virgin, Virgo - Balance, Libra - Scorpio, Scorpion - Archer, Sagittarius - Capricorn, Goat - Aquarius, Water Bearer - Fish, Pisces - abomination - abstainer, abstinent, nondrinker - achiever, succeeder, success, winner - acquaintance, friend - acquirer - active - actor, doer, performer, worker - adjudicator - admirer - adopted child, adoptee - adversary, antagonist, opponent, opposer, resister - advisee - adherent, advocate, advocator, apologist, barrister, defender, exponent, lawyer, proponent - affiant - amateur - apprehender - appreciator - arrogator - authority - autodidact - baby boomer, boomer - baby buster, buster - bad guy - bad person - baldhead, baldie, baldpate, baldy - balker, baulker, noncompliant - bullfighter, toreador - bather - beard - bedfellow - best, top, topper - biter - blond, blonde - bodybuilder, body-builder, musclebuilder, muscle builder, muscle-builder, muscleman - bomber - brunet, brunette - buster - candidate, prospect - case - cashier - celebrant, celebrater, celebrator - chameleon - beguiler, charmer - baby, child - chutzpanik - closer - clumsy person - aggregator, collector - battler, belligerent, combatant, fighter, scrapper - complexifier - compulsive - computer user - contemplative - convert, proselyte - ape, aper, copycat, emulator, imitator - counter - crawler, creeper - creature, wight - creditor, patrial - dancer, social dancer - dead person, dead soul, deceased, deceased person, decedent, departed - debaser, degrader - consignor, debitor, debtor, debtor of an annuity charge, joint debtor - defecator, shitter, voider - delayer - deliverer - demander - differentiator, discriminator - disentangler, unraveler, unraveller - contestant, dissenter, dissident, objector, protester, protestor - divider - domestic partner, significant other, spousal equivalent, spouse equivalent - double, image, look-alike - dresser - dribbler, driveller, drooler, slobberer - drug user, substance abuser, user - ectomorph - effecter, effector - Elizabethan - emotional person - endomorph - enjoyer - enrollee - adventurer, explorer - extravert, extrovert - faddist - faller - fastener - fiduciary - first-rater - follower - free agent, free spirit, freewheeler - amigo, boyfriend, friend, girlfriend - fleer, fugitive, runaway - gainer - gainer, weight gainer - gambler, gamester, player - gatekeeper - gatherer - good guy - good person - granter - greeter, saluter, welcomer - grinner - groaner - grunter - guesser - disabled person, handicapped person - hater - hetero, heterosexual, heterosexual person, straight, straight person - fag, gay, homo, homophile, homosexual, invert, poof, queer - homunculus - hope - hoper - huddler - hugger - immune - insured, insured person, policy holder - interpreter - introvert - Jat - gem, jewel - killer, slayer - blood relation, kinsman, kinswoman, member of the family, relation, relative - kneeler - knocker - apprehender, knower - large person - Latin - laugher - assimilator, learner, scholar, student - left-hander, lefty, southpaw - human life, life - lightning rod - language genius, linguist, natural linguist, polyglot - literate, literate person - liver - longer, thirster, yearner - loose cannon - machine - mailer - malcontent - man - manipulator - man jack - masturbator, onanist - measurer - non-bank client, nonmember - mediotype, mesomorph, midrange somatotype - ladino, mestizo - middlebrow - miracle man, miracle worker - misogamist - mixed-blood - modern - mother hen - maimer, mangler, mutilator - namer - namesake - neglecter - neighbor, neighbour - neutral - nondescript - nonparticipant - nonperson, unperson - nonsmoker - nude, nude person - nurser - occultist - optimist - orphan - ostrich - ejector, ouster - outcaste - outdoorsman - owner, possessor - coddler, mollycoddler, pamperer, spoiler - pansexual - excuser, forgiver, pardoner - partner - party - passer - personage, thingumajig, thingummybob, whatsit - personification - perspirer, sweater - philosopher - chooser, picker, selector - pisser, urinator - contriver, deviser, planner - powderer - preserver - proband, proposita, propositus - public relations person - pursuer - pussycat - quarter - quitter - radical - realist - rectifier - carrottop, ginger, redhead, redheader, red-header - registrant - allayer, comforter, reliever - repeater - recoverer, rescuer, saver - rester - controller, restrainer - revenant - have, moneybags, rich, rich person, wealthy person - righthander, right hander, right-hander - riser - romper - roundhead - chief, governor, head, ruler, swayer - rusher - man of learning, scholar, scientific, scientist - scratcher - mediocrity, nonentity, second-rater, wretch - cloud seeder, seeder - quester, searcher, seeker - romanticist, sentimentalist - sex object - mover and shaker, shaker - signatory, signer, subscriber - simple, simpleton - six-footer - skidder, slider, slipper - bondman, bondsman, bondswoman, bondwoman, female slave, slave, thrall - slave - sleeper, sleepyhead - sloucher - small person - smasher - smiler - sneezer - sniffer - sniffler, sniveler - snuffer - snuffler - socialiser, socializer - sort - sounding board - sphinx - expectorator, spitter - sprawler - spurner - squinter, squint-eye - smotherer, stifler - stigmatic, stigmatist - stooper - struggler - case, guinea pig, guinea-pig, subject - surrenderer, yielder - prepper, survivalist - survivor - suspect - tapper - tempter - termer - scourge, terror, threat - devisor, legator, testate, testator - scrag, skin and bones, thin person - third-rater - thrower - tiger - duggler, toucher - reship, transfer, transferee - transexual, transsexual - cross-dresser, transvestite, TV - attempter, essayer, trier - tyrant - opener, undoer, unfastener, untier - user - vanisher - dupe, patsy, victim - Victorian - visionary - waiter - waker - walk-in - needer, wanter - pupil, ward, ward of court - warrior - watcher - doormat, weakling, wuss - squirmer, wiggler, wriggler - winker - withholder - observer, witness - yawner - cipher, cypher, no, nobody, nonentity - dreamer, idealist - layman, layperson, secular - bucolic, farmer, peasant, provincial - coder, computer programmer, programmer, software engineer - prole, proletarian, worker - sleeper, slumberer - cariye (tr) - defender, guardian, protector, protectress, shielder - receiver, recipient - European - associate - manufacturer, producer - hero, model, role model - challenger, competition, competitor, contender, instigator, rival - impresario, promoter, showman - educator, instructor, instructress, lecturer, master, Prof, Professor, schoolmaster, schoolmistress, schoolteacher, teacher - native - loved one - abator - abjurer - agnostic, doubter - ancient - anti - anti-American - archaist - assessee - asthmatic - bereaved, bereaved person - birth - blogger - bluecoat - censor - counterterrorist - cripple - deaf person - dieter - dyslectic - ethnic - jumper - junior - kink - married - monolingual - mouse - nonpartisan, nonpartizan - nonresident - player - posturer - segregate - sex symbol - showman - sport - stranger - supernumerary - tagger - tagger - totemist - turner - visually impaired person - weasel - worldling - the last person[Spéc.]

selfhood[Propriété~]

individual, one-man, one-person, one-woman, single[Rel.App]

human[Rel.Pr.]

individualise, individualize, personalise, personalize - personate, personify - mortal - personhood[Dérivé]

personality - anatomy, bod, build, chassis, figure, flesh, form, frame, human body, material body, physical body, physique, shape, soma[Desc]

human being (n.) • individual (n.) • mortal (n.) • person (n.) • sb (n.) • somebody (n.) • someone (n.) • soul (n.)

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