Etymology: Latin androgynus hermaphrodite, from Greek androgynos, from andr- + gynē woman — more at queen
1. having the characteristics or nature of both male and female
a. neither specifically feminine nor masculine <the androgynous pronoun them> b. suitable to or for either sex <androgynous clothing> 3. having traditional male and female roles obscured or reversed <an androgynous marriage> • androgynously adverb • androgyny noun
New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.