nonbinary

[ non-bahy-nuh-ree, ‐nur-ee ]
/ nɒnˈbaɪ nə ri, ‐nɜr i /

adjective

not consisting of, indicating, or involving two.
Mathematics. noting or relating to a system of numerical notation that does not have a base of 2: The decimal system is nonbinary.
noting or relating to a gender identity that does not fit into the male/female division.
noting or relating to a sexual orientation that does not fit into the heterosexual/gay division.
relating to, intended for, or common to any gender; gender-neutral: nonbinary pronouns, first names, and honorifics.

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Origin of nonbinary

First recorded in 1940–45; non- + binary
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