nanmu -nau- gismu

x1 is a man/men; x1 is a male humanoid person [not necessarily adult].

Word dispreferred in metaphor/example as sexist; (use remna or prenu). See also ninmu, remna, prenu, makcu, nanla, bersa.


In notes:

bersa
x1 is a son of mother/father/parents x2 [not necessarily biological].
makcu
x1 is mature/ripe/fully-grown/adult in development-quality x2 (ka).
nanla
x1 is a boy/lad [young male person] of age x2 immature by standard x3.
ninmu
x1 is a woman/women; x1 is a female humanoid person [not necessarily adult].
prenu
x1 is a person/people (noun) [not necessarily human]; x1 displays personality/a persona.
remna
x1 is a human/human being/man (non-specific gender-free sense); (adjective:) x1 is human.
citnau
n1=c1 is a youth/young man by standard c2.
nalnimjavnau
x1 is a human who is neither a woman nor a man.
noltronau
ni1=j1=no1 is a Duke/Baron/Count/Earl/Marquess/ [titled noble of middle rank] ruling j2 under culture/standard no2.
nunmu
x1 is a non-binary-gendered humanoid person [not necessarily adult]
pe'ei
mark a logical connective as having maximal scope.
dansrbreiki
d1 (individual, mass) is breaking/b-boying/b-girling/breakdances to accompaniment/music/rhythm d2.
klesrcinse
x1 in activity/state x2 exhibits gender/sex x3 (ka) by standard x4 according to judge x5; x5 genders x1 as x3.
lingeni
x1 has [self-proclaimed] gender x2 (property of x1)
partako
x1 is a patriarch, male governor
remrnunmu
x1 is a non-binary-gendered humanoid person [not necessarily adult]
naun
Mr./Mister
nolnaum
Sir
patriarko
x1 is a patriarch, male governor