Category:Hebrew nouns with irregular gender counterpart

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For the vast majority of Hebrew nouns, the feminine counterpart of a masculine noun receives the suffix ־ה(-ah) or ־ת(-et) (a third form ־ית(-it) also exists). This category contains a group of exceptions to that rule: masculine nouns whose feminine counterparts are independent of them, as well as those feminine counterparts.

Pages in category "Hebrew nouns with irregular gender counterpart"

The following 14 pages are in this category, out of 14 total.