Synonyms of man in English:

man


See definition of man

noun

1

SYNONYMS

male, adult male, gentleman, youth

informal guy, fellow, geezer, gent, mother's son

British informal bloke, chap, lad

North American informal dude, bozo, hombre

Australian NZ informal digger

South African informal oke, ou, oom

Indian informal admi

Scottish Irish informal bodach

British informal, dated cove

Scottish archaic carl

2‘all men are mortal’

SYNONYMS

human being, human, person, mortal, individual, personage, soul

3‘the evolution of man’

SYNONYMS

the human race, the human species, Homo sapiens, humankind, humanity, human beings, humans, people, mankind

4‘the men voted to go on strike’

SYNONYMS

worker, workman, labourer, helper, hand, blue-collar worker

See also staff

5‘have you met her new man?’

SYNONYMS

boyfriend, partner, husband, spouse, lover, admirer, fiancé, amour, inamorato

common-law husband, escort, live-in lover, significant other, cohabitee

informal fancy man, toy boy, sugar daddy

British informal boyf

North American informal squeeze

South African informal jong

dated beau, steady, young man

informal, dated intended

archaic leman

6‘his man brought him a cocktail’

SYNONYMS

manservant, valet, gentleman's gentleman, attendant, retainer

page, footman, flunkey, Jeeves

dated batman

North American houseman


verb

1‘the office is manned from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.’

SYNONYMS

staff, crew, occupy, people

2‘firemen manned the pumps’

SYNONYMS

operate, work, use, utilize


Phrases

    man to man

      SYNONYMS

      frankly, openly, honestly, directly, candidly, plainly, forthrightly, without beating about the bush

      woman to woman

    to a man

      SYNONYMS

      with no exceptions, without exception, bar none, one and all, everyone, each and every one, unanimously, as one