Examples from the Web for androgyne
Figures 51 to 60 are varions representations of the union of the four, the arba, the androgyne, or the linga-yoni.
With such an androgyne element the sun was associated by ancient mythologists.The God-Idea of the Ancients|Eliza Burt Gamble
This androgyne, in many respects, resembled the mujerados of the Pueblo Indians, and probably served a like purpose in his tribe.Religion and Lust|James Weir
Where these two streams fused the worship of an androgyne, or man-woman god, is said to have resulted.Myths & Legends of Babylonia & Assyria|Lewis Spence
These are representations of Ashtaroth—the androgyne deity in which the female predominates.
British Dictionary definitions for androgyne
Word Origin for androgyne
Word Origin and History for androgyne
"hermaphrodite," mid-12c., from Medieval Latin androgyne, from Greek androgyne (see androgynous).