Category:Dutch nouns with f+m gender

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Dutch officially has three genders, masculine, feminine and neuter. However, the Taalunie has assigned "f and m" gender to many nouns, based on the idea that these nouns may be used with masculine pronouns as well. However, the use of masculine pronouns is not an indication of masculine gender at all; rather it indicates common gender, which is different altogether. For this reason, using "f and m" should be avoided, and simply "f" (or occasionally "m") is preferred.

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