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Gender in Mesyar
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This article explains the usage of gender in Mesyar
This public article was written by YɔhLlɔmɔ, and last updated on 20 Sep 2017, 15:46.

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In Mesyar, gender is applied to every noun, there are three different types of gender, masculine, feminine and neutral/unknow. Masculine nouns end with e |e| or r |ɹ|, feminine nouns end with a |a| and neutral/unknown gender nouns end with o |o| or å |ɑ|. But every noun can change gender by adding a different letter to the end of the word, this is what we call le fasdur humgiel |le fasduɹ humgiel| and le fasdur mafeo |le fasduɹ mafeo|, meaning the original gender and the special gender.
For example, wafata |wafata|, which means apple, is feminine in it's fasdur humgiel, but wafatae |wafatae| is apple in it's masculine fasdur mafeo.
In Mesyar everything can be masculine, feminine and neutral/unknown, but for the sake of organization, each noun has an original gender which can then change into a different one.
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