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    Moze, a neolingual noun parallel with moza and mozo, similar to enby in English, is a monolexic neolabel parallel with man and woman and the gender-neutral/epicene of boy and girl.

    Moze is cognate of moce/moçe (deriving moça/moço) and moscie (from moscio/moscia). Mocidade (mozeness/moceness) means youth. Cedilla (ç) is often translated as zed/zee (z), as in Moçambique/Mozambique, because of its Visigothic origin (ꝣ).[1]

    In West Iberian languages, the suffixes -o/-a do binarized gender inflection, so any other vowel/letter makes a neutralized declension/flexion (desinence). Just as in Latinx/Latine.

    Mozx, moz@, mozu, mozy, mozie, mozone, mozãe, mozane, mozæ/mozae, mozœ/mozoe, moz(s), mozoa, muchache, muchachx etc... are all alternatives. However, mozão means big lover in Portuguese, deriving amor (love), but mozao in English is fine.

    Notes: mozo and moza are rarely used in Spanish, only with aero- (aeromozo/aeromoza) it's more common, therefore it's mainly based on Portuguese. It's not called neopronominal as it's not a pronoun, rather lingual/linguistic (neonominal).

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