Category:Italian nouns with irregular gender

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In Italian, most feminine nouns end in -a and most masculine nouns end in -o. A few nouns have the opposite ending to what is usual for their gender and those belong in this category.

Note 1: Quite a few nouns take neither ending but for the purposes of this category they are considered neither regular nor irregular but unpredictable.

Note 2: Some words have irregular gender only in one homonym or one sense. Some others can be either gender without changing their ending. All of these are counted as irregular.

Pages in category "Italian nouns with irregular gender"

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