unmanned

[ uhn-mand ]
/ ʌnˈmænd /

adjective

without the physical presence of people in control: an unmanned spacecraft.
Falconry. (of a captured hawk) untrained for hunting with a master; unmade.

Origin of unmanned

First recorded in 1535–45; un-1 + manned

Definition for unmanned (2 of 2)

unman
[ uhn-man ]
/ ʌnˈmæn /

verb (used with object), un·manned, un·man·ning.

to deprive of courage or fortitude; break down the manly spirit of: Constant conflict finally unmanned him.
to deprive of virility; emasculate; castrate.

Origin of unman

First recorded in 1590–1600; un-2 + man1
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British Dictionary definitions for unmanned (1 of 2)

unmanned
/ (ʌnˈmænd) /

adjective

lacking personnel or crewan unmanned ship
(of aircraft, spacecraft, etc) operated by automatic or remote control
uninhabited
falconry (of a hawk or falcon) not yet trained to accept humans

British Dictionary definitions for unmanned (2 of 2)

unman
/ (ʌnˈmæn) /

verb -mans, -manning or -manned (tr)

to cause to lose courage or nerve
to make effeminate
to remove the men from
archaic to deprive of human qualities
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