|Origin:||Latin masculinus, from masculus 'male', from mas 'male'|
having qualities considered to be typical of men or of what men do [≠ feminine]:
They're nice curtains, but I'd prefer something a little more masculine.
She has a very masculine voice.
Hunting was a typically masculine occupation.
in some languages, a masculine noun, pronoun etc belongs to a class of words that have different inflections from feminine or neuter words:
The word for 'book' is masculine in French.