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In linguistics, grammatical genders are classes of nouns reflected in the behavior of associated words; every noun must belong to one of the classes and there should be very few which belong to several classes at once.
Further examples of the presence and absence of grammatical gender
- Gender-neutrality in languages with grammatical gender
- Gender-neutrality in languages without grammatical gender
- Gender-neutral pronoun
Similar linguistic notions
- Generic antecedents
- Gender-neutral language in English
- Gender-specific job title
- Gender-specific pronoun
- IGALA (International Gender and Language Group)
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