In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English uses gender specific nouns for male or female.
The noun heir is a common gender noun as a word for a person who inherits.
The noun heir is also a gender specific noun for a male.
The corresponding gender specific noun for a female is heiress.
actually duck is the feminine form of drake
The feminine of conductor is conductress
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A young male bird under 6 months is a cock, a young female under 6 months is a pullet. After they are over 6 months they become known as a rooster and a hen.
'courageuse' (fem.) means brave, valiant, courageous.
the masculine adjective is 'courageux"
No, whitch is not a word. Which and witch are however.
sympathique is written the same in the masculine and feminine form.
I think you mean heroine, and the masculine would be hero. If you mean the drug, it is a neutral.
The feminine form of the name Harald is Haralda. It is an Old English name meaning "Army Commander".
tall is translated grand (masculine form) in French. The feminine is 'grande'.
The word flower is feminine.
The feminine form of salesman is saleswoman. A woman who works in the sales industry.
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The feminine form of ami is amie. The feminine plural is amies.
The feminine form of the word 'rabbit' is called a doe.
peacock only and the feminine gender of peacock is peahen and it belongs to peafowl family.
A wizard is the masculine form of a witch
The masculine word of goose is a gander.
The female form of "monk" is "nun".
that is the masculine form
In English there are no masculine or feminine forms. English uses gender specific nouns for male or female; for example:
The gender specific noun for a male is a gander.
The gender specific noun for a female is a goose or a hen.
A gosling is a baby goose.
A female is a goose or hen
A male is a gander
A group on the ground is a gaggle
A formation in the sky is a wedge or skein