English version

eunuch

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englisheunucheu‧nuch /ˈjuːnək/ noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 MANa man whose testicles have been removed, especially someone who guarded a king’s wives in some Eastern countries in the past
Examples from the Corpus
eunuchTo be a eunuch was a curse; even the sight of them was defiling to a Brahmin.I thought at first it was a eunuch or a man in drag.Of whom was Isaiah speaking, asked the eunuch, of himself or of some other man?When the girl hadn't come down, his uncle had been angry and sent the eunuch up.Some time after, not having received a reply, they had sent the eunuch to fetch her.Narouz had been angry, first with the girl for playing the fool and then with the eunuch for not finding her.The eunuch had made a cursory search and then had reported the matter to Prince Narouz.The eunuch said, however, that the steersman had finished his work and gone forward before all this happened.
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