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Masculine and Feminine Nouns

Many terms that were once solely or inherently masculine are now used to refer to anyone—regardless of gender identity—who performs such an action or role. Uniquely, there is one word that is inherently feminine that can take the suffix "-er" to become masculine. What is it? More...
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Masculine and Feminine Nouns
Many terms that were once solely or inherently masculine are now used to refer to anyone—regardless of gender identity—who performs such an action or role. Uniquely, there is one word that is inherently feminine that can take the suffix "-er" to become masculine.
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