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Is it true that four Romanian words (calauza, calfa, ordonanca, sentinela) agree with modifiers as feminine nouns do, even though they refer to males? Reply needed for a start of a serious linguistic study. Thank you.

For learning: Romanian
Base language: English
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    calauza and calfa can be used for both genders
    the word ``ordonanca`` does not exist in romanian language
    sentinela is not correct either , probably you wanted to say santinela , can be used for both genders but i am not sure if womens have this kind of duty

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