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Gender Nouns



There are four types of gender nouns in English.

Masculine gender nouns are words for men, boys, and male animals.
Feminine gender nouns are words for women, girls and female animals.
Common gender nouns are nouns that are used for both males and females.
Neuter gender nouns are words for things that are not alive.

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Gender Nouns for People

Here are some masculine and feminine nouns for people.

Male

Female

actor

actress

boy

girl

bridegroom

bride

brother

sister

count

countess

dad

mom

duke

duchess

emperor

empress

father

mother

gentleman

lady

grandfather

grandmother

heir

heiress

host

hostess

husband

wife

king

queen

landlord

landlady

man

woman

nephew

niece

policeman

policewoman

prince

princess

sir

madam

son

daughter

steward

stewardess

uncle

aunt

waiter

waitress

widower

widow

wizard

witch


 



Gender Nouns for Animals

Here are some masculine and feminine nouns for animals.

Animal

Masculine

Feminine

bear

boar

sow

cat

tom

queen

cattle

bull

cow

chicken

rooster

hen

deer

buck or stag

doe or hind

donkey

jack

jenny

duck

drake

duck

elephant

bull

cow

fox

dog

vixen

goose

gander

goose

horse

stallion

mare

leopard

leopard

leopardess

lion

lion

lioness

peacock

peacock

peahen

pig

boar

sow

rabbit

buck

doe

sheep

ram

ewe

swan

cob

pen

tiger

tiger

tigress

whale

bull

cow


 



Common Gender Nouns

Here are some common gender nouns that used for both males and females.

babies

dancers

students

parents

reporters

teachers

singers

engineers

lawyers

artists

spouse

partner

doctor

student

astronaut

chef

nurse

dentist

Neuter Gender Nouns

Here are some neuter gender nouns that are used for objects and places.

hospital

school

knife

chair

cave

floor

phone

fire

pen

stick

book

bag

pencil

crayons

flower

shoes

Gender of Nouns Flashcards: Masculine, Feminine, Common and Neuter

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