Tajik Feminine

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


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Tajik Feminine

Learning the Tajik Feminine is very important because its structure is used in every day conversation. The more you master it the more you get closer to mastering the Tajik language. But first we need to know what the role of Feminine is in the structure of the grammar in Tajik.

Tajik 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 FeminineTajik Feminine
Feminineçinsi zanona - çинси занона
he is happyӯ/vay khooshbakht ast - ӯ/вай хушбахт аст
she is happyӯ/vay khooshbakht ast - ӯ/вай хушбахт аст
he is Americanӯ/vay amrikoī ast - ӯ/вай амрикоӣ аст
she is Americanӯ/vay amrikoī ast - ӯ/вай амрикоӣ аст
manmard - мард
womanzan - зан
fatherpadar - падар
mothermodar - модар
brotherbarodar - бародар
sisterapa - апа
uncleamak, taғo - амак, тағо
auntamma - амма
bullbarzagov - барзагов
cowgov - гов
boypisar - писар
girldookhtar - духтар

Notice the structure of the Feminine in Tajik.

List of Feminine in Tajik

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

English VocabularyTajik Vocabulary
objectsashyoho - ашёҳо
bathroomhammom - ҳаммом
bedkat - кат
bedroomootoқi khob - утоқи хоб
ceilingshift - шифт
chairkoorsī - курсӣ
clotheslibosho - либосҳо
coatplash, boronī - плаш, боронӣ
cuppiyola - пиёла
deskmizi korī - мизи корӣ
dresslibos - либос
floorfarsh - фарш
forkchangcha - чангча
furnituremyebyel, bisoti khona - мебел, бисоти хона
glassshisha - шиша
hatkooloh - кулоҳ
housekhona - хона
inkrang - ранг
jacketpiçak - пиçак
kitchenoshkhona - ошхона
knifekord - корд
lampcharoғ - чароғ
lettermaktoob - мактуб
mapkharita - харита
newspaperrwznoma - рўзнома
notebookdaftar - дафтар
pantsshim - шим
paperkoғaz - коғаз
penroochka - ручка
pencilқalam - қалам
pharmacydorookhona - дорухона
picturesoorat, rasm - сурат, расм
platetabaқ - табақ
refrigeratoryakhdon - яхдон
restauranttarabkhona - тарабхона
roofbom - бом
roomhooçra - ҳуçра
ruggilyemcha - гилемча
scissorsқaychī - қайчӣ
shampooshampoon - шампун
shirtkoortai mardona - куртаи мардона
shoespoyafzol - пойафзол
soapsoboon - собун
socksçwrob - çўроб
spoonқoshooқ - қошуқ
tablemiz - миз
toilethoçatkhona - ҳоçатхона
toothbrushchwtkai dandonshwy - чўткаи дандоншўй
toothpastekhamirai dandon - хамираи дандон
towelsachoқ - сачоқ
umbrellachatr - чатр
underweartagpӯsh - тагпӯш
walldyevor - девор
walletқapchooқ, hamyon - қапчуқ, ҳамён
windowtiryeza - тиреза
telephonetyelyefon - телефон

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


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