Definition of masculine
- masculine members of the choir
- a masculine voice
- masculine nouns
- masculine rhyme
- masculine cadence
The living room is decorated in a more masculine style than the bedroom.
“He” is a pronoun of the masculine gender.
The masculine form of the Spanish adjective “linda” is “lindo.”
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The masculine of the Spanish adjective “linda” is “lindo.”
: of, relating to, or suited to men or boys
grammar in some languages : of or belonging to the class of words (called a gender) that ordinarily includes most of the words referring to males
grammar in some languages : a word or form of the masculine gender
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