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Category:Romanian nouns lacking gender

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The Romanian language has three genders of nouns: masculine, feminine and neuter. Many articles include Romanian nouns but leave out the gender information. Please fix the articles in this category by adding:

  • On translation pages:
{{m}} to masculine nouns, {{f}} to feminine nouns, and {{n}} to neuter nouns.
  • In Romanian word entries:
{{ro-noun}} with the appropriate gender in the gend= parameter. (ex. {{ro-noun|gend=f}})

Romanian nouns should not be tagged with {{m|f}}. {{n}} should be used in cases where a noun resembles masculine nouns when singular and feminine nouns when plural.

Entries in category “Romanian nouns lacking gender”

The following 5 pages are in this category, out of 5 total.