The classification shown below is based on context.
The classification that will be presented below has been designed to be used within Giantess Wiki. It is likely that outside this wiki, other websites or other forums have their own classification. Therefore, the following is recommended:
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- The prefixes will be separated from the root word. That means that instead of writing "semigiantess", we write "semi-giantess".
- This security measure was implemented with the objective of facilitating reading and preventing confusion.
- Sometimes we do not use prefixes, but adjectives (example: natural giantess).
What is this classification for?
The GTS fandom does not have some terms that Giantess Wiki needs to be able to study certain cases and certain GTS tropes.
That is why in this wiki some terms had to be invented to be able to study or highlight certain very specific cases. For example:
When we wanted a very specific term to refer to a woman of normal size who interacts with beings much smaller than her, the following happened:
- The GTS fandom used the term "shrinking" for it. The problem is that this term was not specific to our case, because shrinking can also refer to a normal sized male interacting with small beings; or directly the presence of small beings without there being any normal sized being in the context.
- The GTS fandom also used the term "giantess" for it. But "giantess" can also mean "woman bigger than normal".
That is why we had to invent the term "para-giantess", and the rest of the term that will be shown in the list of this article.
Special classification of giantesses (according the context)
|Absolute giantess||It is a woman who is larger than what is "normal size" in the respective universe.|
In other words, that the same laws of nature (of their respective fictional world) have not given that woman her great size, but rather it was someone or something (external to said woman) that did it.
That external entity can be: sorcerer, scientist, god, demon, extraterrestrial, radioactive substance, magic potion, magic spell or anything that is fantastic (that is, that is related to fantasy).
|Imperfect giantess||It is a woman whose body (totally) has increased in size (relative to the universe around her), but not all parts of her body have grown in the same proportion.|
|Meta-giantess||Giantess bigger than other giants.|
|Para-giantess||It occurs when a woman (obligatorily of normal size) interacts with beings extraordinarily smaller than her.|
|⭐Perfect giantess⭐||It is considered as a perfect giantess to every female whose body (totally) has increased in size (relative to the universe around her), so that all parts of her body have grown in exactly the same proportion.|
|Pseudo-giantess||It is about a being that although it seems to be a absolute giantess, it really is not.|
|Relative giantess||A relative giantess is a woman who is relatively larger than another being.|
|Semi-giantess||It is about a woman who has grown in size (relative to the universe around her), but not all parts of her body have grown (i.e.: at least a part of her body retains its normal size or it has been shrunken).|
Types of giantesses
|According to their (absolute) size|
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