This page discusses the gender in Yoruba. Below is a list of masculine (man) and feminine (woman) words. We picked the most popular ones.
|Brother: aburo / ẹgbọn ọkunrin|
|Sister: aburo / ẹgbọn obirin
|Cat (m): ologbo|
|Cat (f): ologbo|
These examples show a sentence with both genders (masculine or feminine). The list includes the use of nouns, adjectives and pronouns.
|He is tall: O o ga.|
|She is tall: O o ga.
|He is a short man: ọkunrin kukuru ni.|
|She is a short woman: Obinrin kukuru ni.
|He is German: Jamani ni.|
|She is German: Jamani ni.
|Japanese men are friendly: Awọn ọkunrin japani yọ mọ enia.|
|Japanese women are friendly: Awọn obinrin japani yọ mọ enia.|
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