This is a provincial province:
Brassy brass, tinny tin,
Womanly women, dressy dresses,
Hearty hearts, skinny skin;
Winey wine, watery water,
Earthy earth, stony stone,
Fruity fruit, flowery flowers,
Fleshy flesh, bony bone;
Soupy soup, sugary sugar,
Fishy fish, beery beer;
Glassy glass, leathery leather,
Smelly smells and hairy hair. The point of all this double Dutch?
Why do we hate ourselves so much?
Brian Farrington, Aberdeen, August 1998
And here is another curiosity: you can describe a man as 'manly' and a woman as 'womanly', but only a woman could be described as 'mannish' and only a man as 'womanish'.