Examples from the Web for hermaphrodism
In other words, humanity begins its existence in a state of hermaphrodism.History of Circumcision from the Earliest Times to the Present|Peter Charles Remondino
Hermaphrodism in man is always pathological, extremely rare, and when it exists nearly always incomplete.
Such cases are not examples of hermaphrodism, but of incomplete embryological differentiation.
Thus it is difficult to class animals according to their manner of reproduction; hermaphrodism is another block.
The most strongly marked and most complicated forms of hermaphrodism are found in mollusks, and chiefly in gasteropodes.
Word Origin and History for hermaphrodism
1808, from French hermaphrodisme, from hermaphrodite (see hermaphrodite).