- Masculine nouns → referring to a man or boy
- Feminine nouns → referring to a woman or girl
- Neutral nouns → referring to an animal or thing
In some languages, gender is a grammatical feature that affects not only the nouns themselves but also the adjectives and verbs that are used to describe them. However, in English, gender-specific nouns are relatively few, and the language does not have grammatical gender.
Masculine nouns refer to a male person. For example:
Neuter nouns refer to a noun that is neither masculine nor feminine. For example: