אדם (סוג) | הערות שוליים
English: Homo

הערות שוליים

  1. ^ המונח הומוסקסואליות (ובוודאי הקיצור העממי "הומו") עדיין לא היו בשימוש בתקופתו של לינאוס, והם גזורים משורש אחר, המילה היוונית ὁμός (תעתיק: "הומוס") שמשמעותה "זהה"
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