- of both sexes
- having both male and female organs, as certain animals and plants; hermaphroditic
- of or characterized by sexual desire for those of one's own sex and also those of the opposite sex
- An example of bisexual is a hermaphrodite.
- An example of bisexual is someone who dates men and who also dates women.
The definition of a bisexual is a person who has both male and female organs or is sexually attracted to both men and women.
one that is bisexual
- Of or relating to both sexes.
- a. Having both male and female reproductive organs; hermaphroditic.b. Botany Denoting a single flower that contains functional staminate and pistillate structures; perfect.
- Of, relating to, or having a sexual orientation to persons of either sex.
- A bisexual organism; a hermaphrodite.
- A bisexual person.
(comparative more bisexual, superlative most bisexual)
- (sexuality, of humans or other animals) Sexually attracted to members of either sex.
- (botany) Of flowers: having both pollen and seeds.
- (botany) Of sporophytes: having both male and female organs.
- (botany) Of gametophytes: producing both eggs and sperm.
- (botany) Of fungi: producing both the "female" ascogonium and the "male" antheridium.
- (rare) Hermaphroditic.
- Midrash and Zohar present Adam as hermaphroditic or bisexual.
- A person who is bisexual. Someone who is attracted to both males and females.
- I have two family members who came out as bisexual; my sister and my aunt.
bi- + sexual
- While some of the species are bisexual, others are protandrous, self-fertilizing hermaphrodites.
- Hydra is, moreover, bisexual, in contrast with what is known of hydroid colonies.
- Both male and female gonoducts open through acornmon atrium to the exterior by tkis pore, but in three bisexual genera the male and female ducts are developed in separate individuals (Bilharzia, Didymozoon, Koellikeria).
- These "psychically decadent" individuals appear to represent the entire male sex of a bisexual species, and become unnecessary owing to the grafting of hermaphroditism on the female sex.
- In bisexual or hermaphrodite flowers, that is, those in which both stamens and pistil are present, though self-pollination might seem the obvious course, this is often prevented or hindered by various arrangements which favour cross-pollination.