mascu-, mas- (Latin: male, manly, of or relating to men or boys; of the male sex and gender; bold, courageous).
1. Castrated, deprived of virility.
2. To make unmanly, deprive of vigor; to make weak, effeminate.
3. To have one&$146;s manhood taken away.
4. To make effeminate and cowardly; to enfeeble, impoverish (such as, language).
To make masculine.
1. Of or pertaining to the gender to which appellations of males normally belong.
2. Pertaining to the male sex; peculiar to or assigned to males; consisting of males.
1. The quality or condition of being masculine.
2. Things characteristic of the male sex.
To render masculine or more masculine in nature, form, or character.Masculine (but not male); of male form or appearance
Masculine (but not male); of male form or appearance; appearing like a male, or similar, to a male.
1. To have one&$146;s manhood taken away.
2. To make effeminate and cowardly; to enfeeble.