English nouns are of four types as far as gender is concerned. They are:
- Common gender words which denote creatures of either sex and the same word can be used for both the male and the female. Examples are words like animal, baby, bird, cat, cattle, child, companion, comrade, cousin, deer, friend, guardian, guest, infant, owner, parent, passenger, pig, pupil, relative, sheep, singer, student, swan, teacher, etc.
- Neuter gender words which denote things without life or sex. Examples are words like box, bread, butter, chair, chalk, church, coffee, desk, door, floor, house, etc.
- Masculine gender words which denote the male.
- Feminine gender words which denote the female.
The following is an extensive list of masculine and feminine words. Search a word to get the related masculine or feminine word.