Gender | Limboo Grammar

rL | ofSyLI xLKkfg-

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 rL "Chu" (Gender) 

rL:  rL d[Kgfa[G o[GalTpfCV d[GpLdfC gL nfd-;lS s[xXk-kfcX dlIxfCF[G sL;[G.  sL;lIxlGhfCV klTpLV ci[s-jfV dgfV nLIV gl;fDxlDV ju[Ff.

Gender: A Gender is the division of nouns into male, female and sexless. It is called as Chu (Gender), e.g. boy, girl, baby, person, stone, school, etc.

k]Ff | Word Meaning

rL (Chu) : gender, o[GalTpfC (yem-biht-chha?) : male, man, d[GpLdfC (men-chhu-ma?) : female, woman, nfd-;lS s[aXk-kf (laam-sik ke-hoppaa) : sexless, dlI (ming) : Name, Noun, xlGhfC (hin-ja?) : boy, klTpLC (pit-chhu) : girl, ci[s-jf (angekua) : baby  , dgf (ma-naa) : person  , nLI (lungh) : stone, gl;fDxlD (ni-saam-him) : school, ju[Ff (wa-gay-ra) : etcetera. 

 

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rLF[G kFlS "Churen Parik" (Types of Gender)

rLclG nf;l kFlSsX xMfdf ;LSt[T:_

(1) o[D_rLV (2) d]t-_rLV (3) g[T_rL gL (4) d[DdLG_rL.

Noun can be divided into four types:-

(1) Masculine, (2) Feminine, (3) Common and (4) Neuter.

Note: In Limboo language, a Gender is divided into four types based on its use but it many not be applicable in English and some other languages.
 

(1) o[D_rL/Masculine Gender: 
cfTtlGpfI dlIilNn[ o[DalTpfC yS;fFS sL;lIglt-t[T v[GglG o[D_rL d[d[TtLC. sL;lI _ xlGhfCV o[DalTpfCV dfIV s]afV kfMV clIjfV ju[Ff.


A Noun that denotes only a male animal is called as Yem-chu (Masculine Gender), e.g. boy, man, God, tiger, father, cock, etc.

k]Ff | Word Meaning

yS;f (thaksa) : animal, dfI (Maang) : God, s]af (keba) : tiger, kfM (paa) : father, clIjf (ing-wa) : cock.

(2) d]t-_rL/Feminine Gender: 
cfTtlGpfI dlIilNn[ d[GpLdfC yS;fFS sL;lIglt-t[T v[GglG d]t-_rL d[d[TtLC. sL;lI _ d[GpLdfC;fMV d[GpLdfCV dfIdfV s]dfV dfMV jfdfMV ju[Ff. 


A Noun that denotes only a female animal is called as Met-chu (Feminine Gender), e.g. girl, woman, Goddess, tigress, mother, hen, etc.

 

k]Ff | Word Meaning

d[GpLdfC;fM (men-chhu-ma?sa) : girl, dfIdf (maang-ma) : Goddess, s]df (kema) : tigress, dfM (maa) : mother, jfdfM (waamaa) : hen.

(3) g[T_rL/Common Gender: 
cfTtlGpfI dlIilNn[ o[DalTpfC of d[GpLdfC sL;lIglt-t[T v[GglG g[T_rL d[d[TtLC. sL;lI_ ci[s-jfV dgfV yS;fV kLV jfV ju[Ff. 


A Noun that denotes either a male or a female is called as Net-chu (Common Gender), e.g. baby, person, animal, bird, fowl, etc.

k]Ff | Word Meaning

kL (pu) : bird, jf (waa) : fowl.

(4) d[DdLG_rL/Neuter Gender: 
cfTtlGpfI dlIilNn[ ;SdfM d[g-g]af rluXs-jf sL;lIglt-t[T v[G o[DalTpfC of d[GpLdfC ;[Ddf ;LSd[b[Tg[G v[GglG d[DdLG_rL d[d[TtLC. sL;lI _ nLIV ;fKt[GV ;fDdfOIV ;fKkGV xlDV xlGhfCo[DV rfTglIjfCV ju[Ff.


A Noun that denotes a non-living thing that cannot be separated into male and female is called as Memmun-chu (Neuter Gender), e.g. stone, table, gold, home, childhood, intelligence, etc.

k]Ff | Word Meaning

;SdfM d[g-g]af rluXs-jf (sakmaa mennayba chigokua) : non-living thing (here), ;[Ddf (semma) : separate, ;fKt[G (saapten) : table, ;fDdfOI (samyang) : gold, ;fKkG (saappan) : book, xlD (him) : home,  xlGhfCo[D (hinja?yem) : childhood, rfTglIjfC (chaaht-ningwa?) : intelligence.

Note: In Limboo language, abstract nouns like childhood, intelligence, happiness, sadness, are included in Neuter Gender.

Disclaimer: The Pronunciations written in English may not be accurate as per IPA of Limboo Language but it is just for immediate Pronunciation of each word. I have tried to write the pronunciation of each word that sounds almost exact in the language. So, you must watch videos of GENDER in order to hear the proper pronunciation of Limboo Words or Definitions given in Limboo Langauge.

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