Is Portuguese masculine or feminine?

Unlike English, most Portuguese words have a gender: ♂ masculine or ♀ feminine. Sometimes you’ll notice patterns, such as the -o ending in many masculine words and the -a ending in many feminine words. There are many, many exceptions, however, so you can’t always rely on that rule.

Is Portuguese gender neutral?

While English is a gender-neutral language, Portuguese and Spanish are both grammatical gender languages, which means that almost all of their nouns change according to gender — and therefore, the adjectives, articles, and pronouns that agree with these nouns also adjust to comply with gender.

Are there genders in Portuguese?

In Portuguese grammar, nouns, adjectives, pronouns, and articles are moderately inflected: there are two genders (masculine and feminine) and two numbers (singular and plural).

Is Canada masculine or feminine in Portuguese?

These countries names in Portuguese are masculine, so we use the articles o before the singular names and os before the plural names.



Masculine countries in Portuguese.

O Afeganistão Afghanistan
O Canadá Canada
O Cazaquistão Kazakhstan
O Chade Chad
O Chile Chile

Are countries masculine or feminine in English?

Neither. The NAMES of countries have no gender in English. However, there are times when the CONCEPT of a country might be gendered. In that case, female seems to be the default.

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What is ENBY?

Nonbinary: The umbrella term covering all gender identities outside the gender binary. Individuals can and do identify with nonbinary as their specific identity. Also referred to as nb or enby, though both of these terms are contentious.

What languages have no gender?

There are some languages that have no gender! Hungarian, Estonian, Finnish, and many other languages don’t categorize any nouns as feminine or masculine and use the same word for he or she in regards to humans.

What is a in Portuguese?

All words in Portuguese are either masculine or feminine. This includes the word for “a / an”. masculine: a / an = “um” (pronounced “ooong”) feminine: the = “uma” (pronounced “oooma”)

How do you spell girl in Portuguese?

Portuguese translation of ‘girl’

  1. small) menina (BR) ⧫ rapariga (PT)
  2. young woman) jovem f ⧫ moça.
  3. daughter) filha.

Is car masculine or feminine in Portuguese?

Only One Possible Gender



You can’t say ❌ O porta or ❌ A carro, for example. In Portuguese, a door will always be feminine and a car will always be masculine.

How do you say Portuguese in French feminine?

The French translation for “portuguese (feminine)” is portugaise.

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