Normally, आदमी (man) is gender-specific as against औरत (woman).
However, in rare instances, it may be gender-neutral: human - मानव / आदमी e.g.
Human is superior to all creatures due to its intelligence.
मानव अपनी बुद्धि के कारण सभी प्राणियों में श्रेष्ठ है। -more of a Sanskrit based Hindi version
आदमी अपनी अक्ल की वज़ह से सभी आफ़रीदों में बेहतरीन है। - Urdu version
In case anyone else was also confused by the letter that looks like a 6 with a dot underneath: it's "rha". I don't remember having learnt this in the alphabet lessons on Duolingo. There's a whole row of "additional consonants" (all of which have a dot underneath) here: https://omniglot.com/writing/hindi.htm