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Do Turkish words have gender (male / female / neutral) ?

For learning: Turkish
Base language: English
Category: Culture

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    Turkish doesn’t have gender but there are some exceptions especially the words which are taken from other languages. In these words, to form a feminine word from the masculine, you simply add (-e) to the end of the word.

    Examples:

    Müdür (Headmaster-masculin) Müdüre ( Headmaster-feminine)

    Katip (Clerk-masculin) Katibe (Clerk- feminine)

    No, they do not.

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