Norwegian Feminine

If you're trying to learn Norwegian Feminine you will find some useful resources including a course about genders: Feminine and Masculine... to help you with your Norwegian 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 Norwegian. Enjoy the rest of the lesson!


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Norwegian Feminine

Learning the Norwegian Feminine displayed below is vital to the language. Norwegian 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 FeminineNorwegian Feminine
FeminineFeminin
he is happyhan er glad
she is happyhun er lykkelig
he is AmericanHan er amerikansk
she is AmericanHun er amerikansk
manmann
womankvinne
fatherfar
mothermor
brotherbror
sistersøster
uncleonkel
aunttante
bullokse
cowku
boygutt
girljente

Notice the structure of the Feminine in Norwegian.

List of Feminine in Norwegian

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

English VocabularyNorwegian Vocabulary
objectsobjekter
bathroombad
bedseng
bedroomsoverommet
ceilingtak
chairstol
clothesKlær
coatfrakk
cupkopp
deskskrivepult
dresskjole
floorgulv
forkgaffel
furnituremøbler
glassglass
hathatt
househus
inkblekk
jacketjakke
kitchenkjøkken
knifekniv
lamplampe
letterbrev
mapkart
newspaperavis
notebookbærbar datamaskin
pantsbukser
paperpapir
penpenn
pencilblyant
pharmacyapotek
picturebilde
platetallerken
refrigeratorkjøleskap
restaurantRestaurant
rooftak
roomrom
rugteppe
scissorssaks
shampoosjampo
shirtskjorte
shoessko
soapsåpe
sockssokker
spoonskje
tablebord
toilettoalett
toothbrushtannbørste
toothpastetannkrem
towelhåndkle
umbrellaparaply
underwearundertøy
wallvegg
walletlommebok
windowvindu
telephonetelefon

Feminine and Masculine have a very important role in Norwegian. Once you're done with Norwegian Feminine, you might want to check the rest of our Norwegian lessons here: Learn Norwegian. Don't forget to bookmark this page.


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