Masculine

İfadeler ve örnek cümleler

masculine given   (eril verilen)

Yvon (given name) Yvon is a masculine given name.

Júlio Júlio is a Portuguese masculine given name.

Viktors Viktors is a Latvian masculine given name.

masculine given name   (eril isim)

Yvon (given name) Yvon is a masculine given name.

Júlio Júlio is a Portuguese masculine given name.

Viktors Viktors is a Latvian masculine given name.

masculine surname   (eril soyadı)

Krišjānis Krišjānis is a Latvian masculine given name and masculine surname.

Surkov Surkov () is a Russian masculine surname, its feminine counterpart is Surkova.

Safarov Safarov () is a Slavic masculine surname, its feminine counterpart is Safarova.

masculine and feminine   (erkeksi ve kadınsı)

Aramaic has two grammatical genders: masculine and feminine.

It is frequently attested as the first element in Anglo-Saxon names, both masculine and feminine, e.g.

Xiaoyu Xiaoyu is the pinyin spelling of a number of distinct Chinese masculine and feminine given names.

more masculine   (daha erkeksi)

Accordingly, women's fashion became more masculine.

For certain jobs women were asked to be more masculine to show that they are rough, aggressive and forceful.

For example, scholars have concluded that ancient Egyptian women were forced to redefine their gender by encompassing more masculine features.

masculine name

is an ancient Egyptian masculine name, meaning "the Nubian."

Ari in German is masculine name and means "eagle" or "great bird".

Uday Uday is an Indian masculine name derived from the Sanskrit word उदय meaning "sunrise".

masculine form

The masculine form of Deimantė is Deimantas.

There is a masculine form, aswios.

Paulauskas Paulauskas is the masculine form of a Lithuanian family name.