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Additionally, this woman has not remarried. One she remarries, she stops i a widow. Wars produce many widows, and a black widow is a species of spider whose females eat males after mating with.

The type of death also does not matter—a woman who poisons her husband to death is as much a widow as a woman whose husband asphyxiates while pulling orphaned children from a burning building. What does widower mean?

A widowerin contrast, is a man whose spouse has died. Again, once the man remarries, he is no longer a widower. This clearly reflected the then different roles of women and men in society.

Despite the change of gender roles and the rise of feminism it seems that many people are resistant to social change leading to language change. By using widow and widower differently, outdated attitudes towards women and men are being reinforced. Topics Language Mind your language.

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Loading comments… Trouble loading? When a man loses his wife, he becomes a widower.

The equivalent name for a woman whose husband dies is a widow. In many cases, a man is only referred to as a widower if he has not remarried. Both a widow and a widower are described as being widowed.

The feminine form of this word came first, from the Old English widewe.