Human Signs

Science / Astrology / Human Signs: Signs that exhibit human qualities such as sparse body hair: Gemini, Virgo, the first 15° of Sagittarius and Aquarius. Some authorities include Libra and all of Sagittarius in this group, thereby equating articulate with human signs. See also articulate signs.

Other Words for Human

Human Adjective Synonyms: kind, kindly, kind-hearted, considerate, charitable, compassionate, merciful, benign, benignant, tender, gentle, forgiving, lenient, benevolent, beneficent, generous, magnanimous, humanitarian, understanding, accommodating, sympathetic, good-natured
Human Verb Synonyms: mortal, anthropoid, hominoid, android, hominid, Possibly offensive manlike
Human Noun Synonyms: sensitive, defenseless, weak, fallible, vulnerable
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Inarticulate Signs

Science / Astrology / Inarticulate Signs: Aries, Taurus, Leo and Capricorn, signs pictured as animals that have voices but lack the power of speech, symbolizing an inability to communicate. See also bestial signs, quadrupedian signs. MORE

Humanities Courses

Life Style / College / Humanities Courses: Humanities courses are classes that cover subjects such as literature, philosophy, language, and the fine arts. Most undergraduate degrees require a certain number of humanities credit hours. MORE

Ingress Signs

Science / Astrology / Ingress Signs: The equinoctial (Aries and Libra) and solsticial signs (Cancer and Capricorn), the cardinal signs that coincide with the beginning of the seasons each year. These signs symbolize beginnings and initia MORE

Masculine Signs

Science / Astrology / Masculine Signs: The fire and air signs, Aries, Gemini, Leo, Libra, Sagittarius and Aquarius. They are suggestive of aggressiveness in contrast with the receptivity expressed in feminine signs. Also called positive si MORE

Movable Signs

Science / Astrology / Movable Signs: An alternate term for cardinal signs. See cardinal signs. MORE

Humanities

Life Style / College / Humanities: Human related programs usually offered within a Faculty of Arts (e.g., history, languages and literature, sociology). MORE

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