What is the name of a female goose?
A female is a goose, a male is called a gander.
There really isn't much of one. The female goose is usually called just that, the 'goose'. "Goose" applies both to the species in general, as well as specifically the female of the species. If one was to refer to the female goose and the male goose, one would call them 'goose' and 'gander', respectively.
Do you mean is it a masculine or a feminine noun, or are you asking whether the name 'goose' refers to the male or the female bird? If the former then there are no masculine or feminine nouns in the English language- if the latter, then a goose would be the female bird, as the male is called the gander. However, the word is commonly used to describe the type of bird in general regardless…
In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English uses gender specific nouns for male or female. The noun 'goose' is a common gender noun, a word for a male or a female. The noun for a female goose is goose. The noun for a male goose is gander. Note: A neuter noun is a word for something that has no gender.