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Category:French nouns lacking gender

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The French language has two genders: masculine, and feminine. Many articles include French nouns but leave out the gender information. Please fix the article in this category by adding m to masculine nouns, and f to feminine nouns, using for example the template {{fr-noun|f}} if the noun is feminine and {{fr-noun|m}} if the noun is masculine — provided that the noun has a plural form in use.

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