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  Angbeen Chaudhary  —  Grammar Tips
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In English language, a noun may be masculine, feminine or neuter form. Today I will discuss about the feminine form of the noun and what it means.

Feminine Noun:

A noun is known as feminine if it represents or talk about the person or thing that is female or related to the female gender.

Example:

Girl, woman, lady, miss etc.

Feminine Pronoun:

Along with these there are some pronouns that are referred to as feminine in nature. These pronoun refer to feminine nouns in the sentence.

Example:

She, her, herself etc.

Feminine Suffix:

A suffix is a small part of a word that comes at end of it to complete it. In English language, suffix –ess is usually considered feminine as it refers to females.

Example:

Mistress, countess, goddess, lioness etc.

 

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