capitaine can be used in both masculine (un capitaine) and feminine forms (une capitaine) in French.
héros (masculine), or héroïne (feminine)
The French translation for "monkey" is "un singe", making it a masculine word.
The French adjective meaning "next" is prochain(masculine) or prochaine (feminine).
The French adjective meaning "scottish" is écossais(masculine) or écossaise (feminine).
The word "sad" is feminine and masculine when translated from English to French. The most common translation will be triste in the feminine and masculine singular and tristes in the feminine and masculine plural. The pronunciation will remain "treest" in both the singular and plural.
Libyen in the masculine and libyennein the feminine are French equivalents of the English word "Libyan."Specifically, the French words are the feminine and masculine forms of an adjective or a noun. The noun may be preceded by the feminine definite article la ("the") and the masculine le or by the feminine indefinite article une("a, one") or the masculine un. The pronunciation is "leeb-yah" in the masculine and "leeb-yehn" in the feminine.
The word "idea" is a feminine word. English to French translation: ideÃ©
mon petit (masculine) ma petite (feminine)
balle is feminine in french / ballon is masculine
l'Allemagne is a feminine noun in French.
Dominique is the French spelling. It is used as both a masculine and a feminine first name.
directeur → masculine directrice→ feminine
Vieux (masculine) / vieille (feminine). Ancien(m) / ancienne(f)
bicyclette Is feminine in french
In France = pomme de Pin (feminine) or cone de pin (masculine)Swiss French = pive (masculine)Occitan French = pinha (feminine)Canadian French = cocotte (feminine)
Quel, quels, quelle, quelles, are the different versions (masculine singular, masculine plural, feminine singular, feminine plural) of the English word 'what'.
"Gentil" is a masculine adjective in French. The feminine is "gentille".
Douce is feminine. The masculine is 'doux'.
une université (feminine noun)