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.
No, whitch is not a word. Which and witch are however.
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".
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".
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