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What is meant by gender in nouns?

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Gender nouns are words that tell you what the person or animal is but also what gender that person or animal is. Example:

Parents, neutral

Father, masculine gender

Mother, feminine gender

Chicken, neutral

Rooster, masculine

Hen, feminine

Pilot, neutral

aviator, masculine

aviatrix, feminine

Cattle, neutral

Bull, masculine

Cow, feminine

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There are four genders of nouns: 1-gender specific nouns for a male 2-gender specific nouns for a female 3-common gender nouns,; nouns that can be a male or a female 4-neuter nouns; nouns for things that have no gender


English nouns do not have gender.


The nouns 'people' and 'leader' are common gender nouns; a word that can be either a male or a female.


In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English uses gender specific nouns for a male or a female, common gender nouns for words that have no specific gender, and neuter noun for words that have no gender. Examples:gender specific nouns for a malefatherbrothersonunclemanmalegender specific nouns for a femalemothersisterdaughterauntwomanfemalecommon gender nouns for a male or a femaleparentpersonfriendneighborrelativechildneuter nouns for things that have no genderhomebutterroadautoflagmountain



In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English uses gender specific nouns for a male or a female; common gender nouns that are words for a male or a female; and neuter gender nouns for things having no gender. The noun bridge is a neuter noun.


A 'gender specific noun' is a noun for a male, a female, or a thing. A 'non-gender specific noun', also called a common gender noun is a word for something that can be either male or female. Examples: Gender specific nouns: nouns for a male: man, father, brother, uncle, king, stallion nouns for a female: queen, daughter, wife, niece, doe, hen nouns for things that have no gender: house, plane, bicycle, hamburger, planet, water non-gender specific nouns: common gender nouns: parent, friend, teacher, doctor, neighbor, manager


The noun 'snake' is a common gender noun, a word for both male and female.There are no gender specific nouns for male or female snakes.


Nouns for someone who does a good deed are common gendernouns. Common gender nouns are words for someone or something that can be a male or a female. Examples:altruistbenefactorhumanitarianpatronphilanthropistSamaritan (or good Samaritan)


No gender for the name plutonium. All English nouns are of common gender.


In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English uses gender specific nouns for male or female; common gender nouns for word that can be a male or a female; neuter nouns for things that have no gender.Examples of gender specific nouns for males:father, son, uncle, stallion, bull, peacock.Examples of gender specific nouns for females: mother, daughter, niece, mare, cow, peahen.Examples of common gender nouns, words that may be a male or a female: parent, relative, judge, neighbor, horse, dog.Examples neuter nouns, words for things that have no gender: hamburger, hope, bouquet, botany, dress, dread.


In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English uses gender specific nouns to refer to gender. Gender nouns are words specifically for a male, a female, a noun that can be either a male or a female, and something that has no gender.Examples of nouns that are specifically male gender:manmalefathersonbrotherunclekingganderbullstallioncocktomExamples of nouns that are specifically female gender:womanfemalemotherdaughtersisterniecequeenjennycowmarehenExamples of nouns that can be a male or a female, common gender nouns:parentrelativefriendneighbormayordoctormanagerteacherpoliticianscientistExamples of nouns for things that have no gender, neuter nouns:countryrivercityoceanhouserockwirecarhamburgerhouse


A common gender noun is a word for a person or animal that can be either male or female; for example:common gender: person (gender nouns male or female, mother or father, man or worman)common gender: horse (gender nouns stallion or mare)common gender: pig (gender nouns boar or sow)General common gender nouns for people or animals that have no male or female noun are:partnerdoctorteacherteamherdflockNeuter gender nouns are words for things that have no gender; examples are:housechairskycarshoesfrost


Gender nouns are words specifically for a male or female person or animal; common gender nouns that are words for either a male or a female; and neutral nouns for things that are non-living things. Examples:male gender noun: father, brother, son, uncle, king, buck, stallion, roosterfemale gender nouns: mother, sister, daughter, aunt, queen, doe, mare, hencommon gender nouns: person, neighbor, friend, deer, horse, judge, teacherneuter gender nouns: house, desk, computer, dinner, air, oil, independence


In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English uses gender specific nouns for male or female.Gender is the quality of a noun through which sex is indicated. The types of gender nouns are:gender specific nouns for a male such as father, brother, boy, king, bull, stallion.gender specific nouns for a female such as aunt, grandmother, niece, queen, cow, mare.common gender nouns are words used for a male or a female such as neighbor, lawyer, parent, horse, bird.neuter nouns are word for things that have no gender such as desk, house, street, ocean, grass.


You can say, 'Sun is a masculine gender and moon is a feminine gender.', however, in English this is not true. English has no gender for nouns, all nouns are neutral and take a neutral verbs.


Examples of gender specific nouns are:auntbullkingmotherrooster


In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English uses gender specific nouns for a male or a female, such as male and female.Other gender nouns for humans are:man and womanson and daughterhusband and wifebrother and sisteraunt and uncleThe nouns human and person are common gender nouns.


The main characteristics of nouns are:Case:Subject, noun as the subject of a sentence or clause.Object, noun as the object of a verb or a preposition.Possessive, noun indicating that something in the sentence belongs to that noun.Number:nouns are singular or pluralcountable or uncountableGender:gender nouns are words for a male or a femalecommon gender nouns are word for something that can be either male or femaleneuter nouns are words for things that have no gender


In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English uses gender specific nouns for male or female.The nouns victor or victors common gender nouns, words for a group of males, a group of females, or a mixed group of people.


In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English uses gender specific nouns for male or female; common gender nouns for word that can be a male or a female; neuter nouns for things that have no gender.A common noun is a general word for any person or thing. All of the following examples are common nouns.Examples of gender nouns for a male: father, son, uncle, stallion, bull, peacock.Examples of gender nouns for a female: mother, daughter, niece, mare, cow, peahen.Examples of common gender nouns: parent, relative, judge, neighbor, horse, dog.Examples neuter nouns: hamburger, hope, house, botany, dress, dread, flower, bus.


In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English uses gender specific nouns for male or female.The gender specific nouns for a male deer are buck or stag.The gender specific nouns for a female deer are doe or hind.


Some common gender nouns (synonyms) for the noun duke are:aristocratnobilityroyaltyblue blood


Examples of gender specific nouns for: MALE father king boy bull ram FEMALE mother queen girl cow ewe Examples of common gender nouns (nouns for a male or a female): parent president child whale sheep Examples of neuter nouns (nouns for things that have no gender) car street light steak wool


A common is a general word for any person, place, or thing.Gender nouns for a male are:fathersonkingunclestallionramGender nouns for a female are: sisterauntgrandmotherprincessmareeweCommon gender nouns are (a noun that can be a male or a female): parentneighborfriendteacherhorsegoatNeuter nouns are (a noun that has no gender): hathairrockracedoorcar



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