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femme

 (fĕm)
n.
1. Slang A person, especially a lesbian or a gay man, who exhibits stereotypical feminine traits, often in an exaggerated way.
2. Informal A woman or girl.

[French, from Old French, from Latin fēmina; see feminine.]

femme adj.
fem·my adj.
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femme

(French fam; English fɛm)
n
1. a woman or wife
2. a lesbian who adopts a feminine role in a relationship
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femme

or fem

(fɛm)

n.
Slang. a woman who adopts the female role in a lesbian relationship.
[1960–65; < French: woman, Old French < Latin fēmina]
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Translations

femme

[fæm, fem]
A. N la que hace de "chica" en una relación lesbiana
B. ADJ (in lesbian relationship) → femenina
C. CPD femme fatale Nmujer f fatal
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