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List of Genders

1- Masculine and Feminine in Urdu – Definition

Gender indicates the difference of sex. There are four kinds in English Grammar as compared with only two in Urdu.

Kinds:-

  1. Masculine Gender  = The Masculine gender is a noun that denotes a male. (King, boy, horse)
  2. Feminine GenderThe Feminine gender is a noun that denotes a female. (Queen, girl, mare)
  3. Common GenderThe Common gender is a noun that denotes animal of either six (Baby, friend, student)
  4. Neuter Gender   =   A noun denoting a lifeless thing is said to be in the neuter gender. (Pen, Book, knife)  

 

2- Masculine and Feminine List of 100 Examples PDF

In this post, I am going to give you a list of more than 100 masculine and feminine Gender with examples, pictures, and Meaning in Urdu and Hindi Languages. Learn also its YouTube video lesson below.

 

1- Masculine – Feminine

masculine-feminine
Masculine – Feminine

 

2- Actor – Actress

actor-actress
Actor – Actress

 

3- Bachelor – Maid

bachelor-maid
Bachelor – Maid

 

4- Lad – Lass

lad-lass
Lad – Lass

 

5- Bridegroom – Bride

bridegroom-bride
Bridegroom – Bride

 

6- Cock/Rooster – Hen

cock-rooster-hen
Cock/Rooster – Hen

 

7- Bull – Cow

bull-cow
Bull – Cow

 

8- Dog – Bitch

dog-bitch
Dog – Bitch

 

9- Donkey – Jenny

donkey-jenny
Donkey – Jenny

 

10- Drone – Bee

drone-bee
Drone – Bee

 

11- Elephant – Cow-elephant

elephant-cow-elephant
Elephant – Cow-elephant

 

12- Emperor – Empress

emperor-empress
Emperor – Empress

 

13- Fox _ vixen

fox-vixen
Fox – Vixen

 

14- Gentleman – Lady

gentleman-lady
Gentleman – Lady

 

15- He-Goat – She-Goat

hegoat-shegoat
He-Goat – She-Goat

 

16 Horse – Mare

horse-mare
Horse – Mare

 

17- King – Queen

king-queen
King – Queen

 

18- Lion – Lioness

lion-lioness
Lion – Lioness

 

19- Manservant – Maidservant

manservant-maidservant
Manservant – maidservant

 

20- Master – Mistress

master-mistress
Master – Mistress

 

21- Peacock – Peahen

peacock-peahen
Peacock – Peahen

 

22- Prince – Princess

prince-princess
Prince – Princess

 

23- Ram – Ewe

ram-ewe
Ram – Ewe

 

24- Tiger  – Tigress

tiger-tigress
Tiger – Tigress

 

25- Fiance – Fiancee

fiance-fiancee
Fiance – Fiancee

 

26- Landlord – Landlady

landlord - landlady
Landlord – Landlady

 

27- Male – Female

male-female
Male – Female

 

28- Mr, – Mrs.

mr-mrs
Mr. – Mrs.

 

29- Murderer – Murderess

murderer-murderess
Murderer – Murderess

 

30- Negro – Negress

negro-negress
Negro – Negress

 

31- Nephew – Niece

nephew-niece
Nephew – Niece

 

32- Pigeon – Hen-pigeon

pigeon-hen-pigeon
Pigeon – Hen-pigeon

 

33- Poet – Poetess

poet-poetess
Poet – Poetess

 

34- Policeman – Policewoman

policeman-policewoman
Policeman – Policewoman

 

35- Postman – Postwoman

postman-postwoman
Postman – Postwoman

 

36- Proprietor – Proprietress

proprietor-proprietress
Proprietor – Proprietress

 

37- Shepherded – Shepherdess

shepherded-shepherdess
Shepherded – Shepherdess

 

38- Sparrow – Hen-sparrow

sparrow-hen-sparrow
Sparrow – Hen-sparrow

 

39- Stag – Hind

stag-hind
Stag – Hind

 

40- Bridegroom – Bride

bridegroom-bride
Bridegroom – Bride

 

41- He-bear – She-bear

hebear-shebear
He-bear – She-bear

 

42- Heir – Heiress

heir-heiress
Heir – Heiress

 

43- Hero – Heroine

hero-heroine
Hero – Heroine

 

44- Host – Hostess

host-hostess
Host – Hostess

 

45- Hunter – Huntress

hunter-huntress
Hunter – Huntress

 

46- Milkman – Milk-woman

milkman-milk-woman
Milkman – Milk-woman

 

47- Millionaire – Millionairess

millionaire-millionairess
Millionaire – Millionairess

 

48-  Monk – Nun

monk-nun
Monk – Nun

 

49- Papa – Mama

papa-mama
Papa – Mama

 

50- Tom-cat – Cat

tom-cat-cat
Tom-cat – Cat

 

3- Six Ways of Forming of the Feminine Gender

There are six ways of forming the Feminine Gender of Nouns.

(A) By adding “-ess”;as,

  • Author  to Authoress
  • Baron to Baroness
  • Viscount to Viscountess
  • Steward to Stewardess
  • Pries to Priestess
  • Poet to Poetess
  • Peer to Peeress
  • Patron to Patroness
  • Mayor to Mayoress
  • Manager to Manageress
  • Lion to Lioness
  • Jew to Jewess
  • Host to Hostess
  • Heir to Heiress
  • Giant to Giantess
  • Count – to Countess

 

(B) By adding “-ess” after dropping the final vowel or a vowel preceding the final consonant; as,

  • Waiter to Waitress
  • Tiger to Tigress
  • Tempter to Temptress
  • Songster to Songstress
  • Proprietor to Proprietress
  • Prince to Princess
  • Hunter to Huntress
  • Enchanter to Enchantress
  • Conductor to Conductress
  • Ambassador to Ambassadress
  • Actor to Actress

 

(C) By adding “-ess” irregularly; as,

  • Murderer to Murderess
  • Master to Mistress
  • Marquis to Marchioness
  • Governor to Governess
  • Emperor to Empress
  • Abbot to Abbess

 

(D) By other endings; as,

  • Widower to Widow
  • Testator to Testatrix
  • Sultan to Sultana
  • Signor to Signora
  • Monsieur to Madame
  • Don to Dona
  • Executor to Executrix
  • Hero to Heroine

 

(E) By a different word; as,

  • King to Queen
  • Lad to Lass
  • Lord to Lady
  • Man to Woman
  • Master (boy) to Miss
  • Monk to Nun
  • Mr. to Mrs.
  • Nephew to Niece
  • Bachelor to Maid

 

(F) By placing a word before or after; as,

  • He-bear to She-bear
  • He-goat to She-goat
  • Jack-ass to Jenny-ass
  • Landlord to Landlady
  • Man-servant to Maid-servant
  • Milkman to Milkmaid
  • Peak-cock to Pea-hen
  • Grandson to Granddaughter
  • Grandfather to Grandmother
  • Doctor to Lady-doctor

Here is the Video Lesson Of Masculine and Feminine Gender in Urdu

You can watch the same video in dailymotion

About Sajid Hussain

Sajid Hussain is an online English teacher. He has been teaching English through Urdu/Hindi for 5 years.