Masculine is one of two grammatical genders, a type of classification of nouns in Scottish Gaelic. In Gaelic gender determines the form of adjectives, pronouns and articles. Grammatical gender need not correspond to actual gender. Assignment to a Gender classes is largely arbitrary. Even nouns that describe objects that lack an obvious sex or gender get a grammatical gender.
- Feminine (definition)
- Adjective Inflection
- Case (definition)
- Declension (definition)
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