- From gyno- + android (Wiktionary)
“The big gender difference comes in the form of the classic apple and pear shapes called gynoid and android.”
“Where else are you going to be able to find out what a word like "gynoid" means (which I'd never heard of before now)?”
“Does anyone else hate the word "gynoid" as much as me?”
“Furthermore, android is the correct term for a masculine robot and gynoid is the term for a feminine robot.”
“There are also some other fun bits - gynoid assassins, and underwater plane battles and geeky inventor sidekicks.”
“There's Actroid, a mannequinesque gynoid who wows corporate guests with her dynamic facial expressions and cheeky conversation skills (ask her how much she weighs, and she'll tell you what she can bench-press).”
“The medical terms for pear-shape and apple-shape are “gynoid” and “android” – that is, typically female and typically male.”
“I myself am fascinated with doll-specific impossibilities, and while the majority of my video collection is probably quite irrelevant, I offer up Philips' shaving gynoid as a faintly similar breadcrumb.”
“The gynoid or “pearshape” is the healthy one to have, regardless of how you think it looks to be bottom heavy.”
“And all that use of the word "she" is justified, as the bot is quite definitely convincingly female -- which technically makes her a gynoid rather than an android.”
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