Category:Russian terms with incomplete gender

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The Russian language has at least three genders: masculine, feminine, and neuter. Masculine nouns are further divided into animate and inanimate. Feminine nouns also have this distinction, but only in the plural. Many entries include Russian nouns but leave out the gender information. Entries may also neglect to specify whether a masculine or feminine noun is animate or inanimate.

Please fix the articles in this category by adding the appropriate gender specification to the nouns:

  • For nouns that have singular and plural forms: m-an, m-in, f-an, f-in, n
  • For nouns that have only singular forms: m-an, m-in, f, n
  • For nouns that have only plural forms: m-an-p, m-in-p, f-an-p, f-in-p, n-p

Subcategories

This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total.

Pages in category "Russian terms with incomplete gender"

The following 180 pages are in this category, out of 180 total.

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Б

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Е

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И

К

К cont.

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М

Н

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Р

Р cont.

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