his-and-her

or his-and-hers

[ hiz-uhn-hur ]
/ ˈhɪz ənˈhɜr /

adjective

denoting two matching or identical items, one intended for use by a male and the other by a female: his-and-her towels in the bathroom; his-and-her sweatshirts.

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Origin of his-and-her

First recorded in 1945–50
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