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Gender Feminine

Meaning & History

Invented by Samuel Coleridge for his poem 'A Day-Dream' (composed 1802, published 1828). He arrived at it by inverting the first two letters of Sara, the first name of Sara Hutchinson, with whom he was in love. Hutchinson was the sister-in-law of Coleridge's friend, William Wordsworth.
Added 3/29/2023 by ari.

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