a binary feature on nominals grammaticalizing their designation of the speech capable animal species, ¶11-2-3.
having human form or attributes as opposed to those of animals or divine beings; "human beings"; "the human body"; "human kindness"; "human frailty"
a biological (protein-based) computer evolved by natural process, meaning evolved by the universe itself
a herd animal -- no matter what libertarian loonies claim
a highly evolved species of animal
an animal, an apple is a fruit) and can interact with each other
an animal, certainly, one with reason even though mortal
an animal with two legs and a big brain
an omnivore that eats both plants and animals
a person of the species homosapiens
a set of sets of chemicals reactions that evolved
a social animal
Specifically, unaltered humans. riven are not humans, neither are mutants, animates or beasts. Paradoxically, paladins are altered but are still considered human. Adepts are human. In general parlance, someone who could walk down a street in modern times without raising alarm.