Greek Feminine

If you're trying to learn Greek Feminine you will find some useful resources including a course about genders: Feminine and Masculine... to help you with your Greek grammar. Try to concentrate on the lesson and notice the pattern that occurs each time the word changes its place. Also don't forget to check the rest of our other lessons listed on Learn Greek. Enjoy the rest of the lesson!


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Greek Feminine

Learning the Greek Feminine displayed below is vital to the language. Greek feminine refers to female qualities attributed specifically to women and girls or things considered feminine. The complement to feminine is masculine. Here are some examples:

English FeminineGreek Feminine
FeminineTHhlykos - Θηλυκός
he is happyeinai efxaristhmenos - είναι ευχαριστημένος
she is happyEinai eftyxhs - Είναι ευτυχής
he is Americaneinai Amerikanos - είναι Αμερικανός
she is Americanafth einai h amerikanikh - αυτή είναι η αμερικανική
mananthrwpos - άνθρωπος
womangynaika - γυναίκα
fatherpateras - πατέρας
mothermhtera - μητέρα
brotheradelfos - αδελφός
sisteradelfh - αδελφή
uncletheios - θείος
aunttheia - θεία
bulltayros - ταύρος
cowagelada - αγελάδα
boyagori - αγόρι
girlkoritsi - κορίτσι

Notice the structure of the Feminine in Greek.

List of Feminine in Greek

Below is a list of objects, can you determine whether they're feminine, masculine or plural in Greek? Memorizing this table will also help you add very useful and important words to your Greek vocabulary.

English VocabularyGreek Vocabulary
objectsantikeimenwn - αντικειμένων
bathroomtoualeta - τουαλέτα
bedkrevati - κρεβάτι
bedroomypnodwmatio - υπνοδωμάτιο
ceilingorofh - οροφή
chairkarekla - καρέκλα
clothesroyxa - ρούχα
coatpalto - παλτό
cupflitzani - φλιτζάνι
deskgrafeio - γραφείο
dressforema - φόρεμα
floororofos - όροφος
forkpiroyni - πιρούνι
furnitureepipla - έπιπλα
glasspothri - ποτήρι
hatkapelo - καπέλο
housespiti - σπίτι
inkmelani - μελάνι
jacketsakaki - σακάκι
kitchenkouzina - κουζίνα
knifemaxairi - μαχαίρι
lampfanos - φανός
lettergramma - γράμμα
mapxarths - χάρτης
newspaperefhmerida - εφημερίδα
notebookshmeiwmatario - σημειωματάριο
pantspanteloni - παντελόνι
paperxarti - χαρτί
penstylo - στυλό
pencilmolyvi - μολύβι
pharmacyfarmakeio - φαρμακείο
pictureeikona - εικόνα
platepiato - πιάτο
refrigeratorpsygeio - ψυγείο
restaurantestiatorio - εστιατόριο
rooforofh - οροφή
roomdwmatio - δωμάτιο
rugxali - χαλί
scissorspsalidi - ψαλίδι
shampoosampouan - σαμπουάν
shirtpoukamiso - πουκάμισο
shoespapoytsia - παπούτσια
soapsapoyni - σαπούνι
sockskaltses - κάλτσες
spoonkoutali - κουτάλι
tabletrapezi - τραπέζι
toilettoualeta - τουαλέτα
toothbrushodontovourtsa - οδοντόβουρτσα
toothpasteodontokrema - οδοντόκρεμα
towelpetseta - πετσέτα
umbrellaomprela - ομπρέλα
underweareswrouxa - εσώρουχα
walltoixos - τοίχος
walletportofoli - πορτοφόλι
windowparathyro - παράθυρο
telephonethlefwno - τηλέφωνο

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