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* '''Heroix.''' Proposed nonbinary equivalent to hero or heroine that specifies an individual doing heroic work is nonbinary.
 
* '''Heroix.''' Proposed nonbinary equivalent to hero or heroine that specifies an individual doing heroic work is nonbinary.
 
* '''Horse rider/Equestrian.''' Standard gender neutral term for horseman or horsewoman.
 
* '''Horse rider/Equestrian.''' Standard gender neutral term for horseman or horsewoman.
*'''-ling.''' Gender neutral Old English suffix for someone involved in something. Can be used in place of "-man", "-person" or "-woman" as a suffix for occupation, such as "businessling".<ref>[https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/52135/3-facts-about-english%E2%80%99s-most-adorable-suffix-ling#:~:text=JUST%20A%20GENERAL%20NOUN%2DMAKER,fiction%20meaning%20came%20much%20later https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/52135/3-facts-about-english%E2%80%99s-most-adorable-suffix-ling]</ref>
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*'''-ling.''' Gender neutral Old English suffix for someone involved in something. Can be used in place of "-man" or "-woman" as a suffix for occupation, such as "businessling".<ref>[https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/52135/3-facts-about-english%E2%80%99s-most-adorable-suffix-ling#:~:text=JUST%20A%20GENERAL%20NOUN%2DMAKER,fiction%20meaning%20came%20much%20later https://www.mentalfloss.com/article/52135/3-facts-about-english%E2%80%99s-most-adorable-suffix-ling]</ref>
 
* '''Minister.''' Standard gender neutral term for priest or priestess.
 
* '''Minister.''' Standard gender neutral term for priest or priestess.
 
* '''Monarch.''' Standard gender neutral term for a king or queen.
 
* '''Monarch.''' Standard gender neutral term for a king or queen.

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