Category:Dutch nouns with common gender

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Dutch officially has three genders, masculine, feminine and neuter. Many speakers do not distinguish masculine and feminine, however, and merge them into a single common gender. Wiktionary users and editors that speak Dutch may not know which gender to use for certain nouns, so Wiktionary should try to accommodate them.

This category keeps track of Dutch nouns that have their gender specified as c. These should really be either m or f, but if the proper gender is not known they may be kept here indefinitely.

Pages in category "Dutch nouns with common gender"

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B

C

D

E

F

G

H

I

J

K

K cont.

L

M

N

O

O cont.

P

Q

R

S

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