wo-man / wo͝omən, plural wo-men / ˈwimən
1. an adult human female
Next to God we are indebted to women, first for life itself, and then for making it worth living.
Mary McLeod Bethune, 1875-1955
2. a female that belongs to a particular group based on birth, occupation or membership, i.e., council ‘
Yes, I did feel a special responsibility to be the first American woman in space.
Sally Ride, 1951-2012
3. womankind; the female race as a whole
The day may be approaching when the whole world will recognize womanas the equal of man.
Susan B. Anthony, 1820-1906
1. of or pertaining to a female or feminine person
The woman power of this nation can be the power which makes us whole and heals the rotten community, now shattered by war and poverty and racism.
Coretta Scott King, 1927-2006