A hero who is female.A heroine is the female word for a hero.
A female hero is a heroine.
because he is a famous french comic strip hero and he is a very good super hero
I think its heroenAnswerheroine A female hero is not the same as a heroine. A "heroine" is the passive goal of the hero's actions in romances, for example; while a "female hero" is the female alternative of the hero.Maybe these terms were created under a male perspective...
Antoinette is a French version of the female for Anthony. It is neither black nor white.
Noirei.e.: c'est une voiture noire (it's a black car)
Male is a "hero" female is a "heroine".
A hero is a male, and a heroine is a female.
The name for a female hero is Heroine. Though it can be confused with the drug Heroin. I assure you they are completely different things.
I believe the answer to that question is "Heroine" pronounced hero-een.
hero is from the Greek, in Greek mythology he was a demigod, Hero is male and Heroine is female
Yes, hero is for the male. Heroine can be used for the female, although hero is sometimes used, as well.
un héros, une héroine
The French term for "female" would be femme or femelle.
In French, a female elephant is une éléphante.
the female duck is 'une cane' in French.
a female black bear
The French word for 'hero' is heros. It's a masculine gender noun that begins with an aspirated 'h'. The form of its definite article therefore is 'le', which means 'the'.
No female Secretary of Labor was black and no black female cabinet member was Secretary of Labor.
A female goat is 'une chÃ¨vre' in French.
a female hamster is 'un hamster femelle' in French.
the female duck is called 'une cane' in French.
"Black" in French is "noir".