Q: Is man a male human? ¶
Q: Are men acted upon by estrogens and progesterones to produce their sexual distinction from the human male? ¶
Q: Are men often given priority for the position of monarch of a country? ¶
A: Yes, as it usually passes to the eldest male child upon succession.
Q: Is man used to mean any adult male? ¶
Q: Was man used just as it is in Modern German to designate "one"? ¶
A: Yes, The Old English form is derived from Proto-Germanic *mannz, "human being, person", which is also the etymon of German Mann "man, husband" and man "one" , Old Norse maðr, and Gothic manna.
Q: Are men believed to have assumed a variety of social and cultural roles which are likely similar across many groups of humans? ¶
Q: Is man usually reserved for an adult male? ¶
A: Yes, and with the term boy being the usual term for a male child or adolescent.
Q: Were men often if not exclusively responsible for all large game killed? ¶
A: Yes, and the capture and raising of most or all domesticated animals, the building of permanent shelters, the defense of villages, and other tasks where the male physique and strong spatial-cognition were most useful.