Smart, intelligent, communicative and good looking girl. She loves working with children as well as helping other people. Her favorite subjects are Math, Chemistry, Physics and Calculus. She is a Senior Year Book editor and a School's News Paper editor.
Ze, I heart you so much.
by YesManWatcher December 27, 2008
Very smart, sexy and hot girl. She loves small children, calculus and math. And maybe one more person. She is doing almost all sports, and she is in almost all clubs.
Ze, my Kiddo, I love you.
by Tutumutu December 27, 2008
A gender neutral word with the context of he or she; not meaning in the transexual form, but in the context of a simple neutral word
What did ze say to you?

I completely destroyed ze in a game of madden
by wvwcjewboy September 11, 2006
Socialist politically correct newspeak. An attempt by fanatical liberal deconstructionists to force others to think like them by changing the language they think with.
"ze who controls the present, controls the past and the future"- George Orwell.

"ze" is liberal propaganda.
by nutter March 16, 2007
A gender neutral/ambiguous pronoun, paired with hir (pronounced "here"). The two usages below represent different takes on what it should be used for.

1)A pronoun for a person which makes no assumptions about a person's gender.

2)A pronoun for a person who does identifies outside of the gender binary, who prefers neither "he" nor "she".
1)What a hottie! I don't know what gender ze is, but I wonder if ze'll give me hir phone number.

If someone comes by looking for you, what should I tell hir?

2)Feinberg is probably most famous for hir 1993 book, _Stone_Butch_Blues_.

I completely destroyed hir in a game of madden.
by transbitch October 31, 2007
Gender neutral pronoun (gnp). Ze is used to refer to a person, in place of "it", (which refers to an object and not a person). "Ze" does not indicate sexual orienation.
Part 1: "Was it a boy or a girl?"
Part 2:"I dunno, ze was just walking down the street when I looked up. That's when my jaw dropped and I motioned for you to get out here."
by Amiko-Gabriel March 25, 2007
The new, English, non-gendered, third-person singular, personal pronoun. Used in the following circumstances: (1) when the gender of the person/entity is unknown, (2) to refer to persons who wish to be identified as gender neutral, (3) to refer to generless items that have been humanized, and to refer to genderless persons/animals.

Also, to refer to individuals of the future race of sentient machines.
1) I've never met Jesse, is ze a dude or a chick?
2) Jesse is a badass lezzie. Ze goes spelunking on the daily.
3) The Titanic wasn't supposed to sink, zes designers were just massively incompetent.
4)My dog just got neutered, now ze is so sad.
by RiverTroll January 28, 2013

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