NOUN-GENDER



The Noun-Gender shows whether it belongs to the male sex, the female sex, the common sex, or no sex.


There are four Genders.

  1. Masculine Gender.
  2. Feminine Gender.
  3. Common Gender.
  4. Neuter Gender.


Masculine Gender

The names of the male persons or animals are called masculine gender.
Examples: King, Father, Man, Lion, etc.

Feminine Gender

The names of the female persons or animals are called feminine gender.
Examples: Woman, Heroine, Girl, Actress, etc.

Common Gender

Nouns which are used for both males and females are called common gender.
Examples: Child, Cousin, Friend, Member, Neighbour, etc.

Neuter Gender

The names of things without life are said to be of neuter gender.
Examples: Chair, Table, Star, Book, Car, School, etc.




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