@nerevarine_11 said:@Iceslick said: @blue_son: because people have a problem with a female having the name Iron Man because of the word "man" on it. When man can go for both man or woman.No.Woman is derived from the word man. Just like human is.Don't go all gender fluidity on us.Nah. "Human" in English comes from Norman (French) humain, which in turn comes from Latin humanus, which in turns comes from homo, meaning "member of the human race", not "male". Vir Latin for "man". The fact that "human" has "-man" as part of it is a happy coincidence, not an etymological reason.As for "woman", the etymology isn't really correct either, since man in Old English more commonly meant "person" rather than "male". Wifmann meant "female person", not "wife of man" or anything of that sort.Try again, I guess?