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The image shows that the advertiser knew the word "giantess" because he is linguistically cultured. It does not necessarily mean that the advertiser is a member of the GTS community.

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The french word "géante" is directly homologous with the word "giganta" (spanish) and "giantess" (english). The title of this cartoon is La Petit Géante which translates directly as The Little Giantess (she is a mini-giantess); however, its English version was erroneously translated as The Little Giant instead of The Little Giantess. The fact that the word "géante" (word not well-known and used in the French language) has been used can mean that the authors are linguistically educated or probably one of them is member of the GTS community.

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On the other hand, this french children's book has used the word "géant" instead of "géante". This shows that the author is not linguistically educated and does not belong to the GTS community.

Giantess (in Spanish language: giganta) is the most important word on GTS community. It simply means "giant woman".

Out of the GTS community

This word is almost never used, instead, the word "giant" is used. See:

  • They say "the giant" instead of "the giantess".
  • They say "the giant woman" instead of "the giantess".
    • They say "the giant (female sustantive)" instead of "the giantess (female sustantive)".

On the other hand, there are people who use the word giantess despite not belonging to the GTS community. These people are cultured linguists, usually are those who studied something related to letters (Law, Literature, History, Philosophy, Social Communication, etc.).

In the GTS community

Virtually everyone in the GTS community on Internet uses this word.

When a member of this community hears or reads this word, automatically he/she will feel that there is another member of his/her community (it is as if giantess or giganta was a keyword).

Additional information

  • Similarly it happens with the word titan: its respective feminine gender is titaness (in Spanish language: titánide).

The word "giantess" (giant woman) in other languages

  • Portuguese: giganta.
  • Italian: gigantessa.
  • French: géante.
  • German: riesin.
  • Japanese: 巨大娘.

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