Is parent in French masculine or feminine?

Is parent in French masculine or feminine?

parent noun, masculine (plural: parents m)— Je téléphone à mes parents chaque semaine.

Is parent feminine or masculine?


Masculine Feminine Gender neutral
man woman person
father mother parent
boy girl child
uncle aunt

Can we say cousin sister?

Cousin is used for both brother and sister. Hence, it leads to confusion unless specified, and it needs an extra word/words. To avoid this and to be gender specific, cousin sister (likewise, cousin brother) can be used.

What is it called when you marry your cousin?

A cousin marriage is a marriage where the spouses are cousins (i.e. people with common grandparents or people who share other fairly recent ancestors). The practice was common in earlier times, and continues to be common in some societies today, though in some jurisdictions such marriages are prohibited.

What do you call a Cousins child?

While from a genealogy standpoint, your cousin’s child is your first cousin once removed, but the common name to call them is niece or nephew.

What do I call my dad’s uncle?

great uncle

What do I call my father’s aunt?


What is my dad’s dad brother to me?

My dad’s brother is my uncle.

What is a half daughter?

: a daughter of one’s wife or husband by a former partner.

Who is a half son?

Half means they were born into it. A father gets remarried, and he has a son. He would be a step brother. A father gets remarried, and his new wife gets pregnant and has a boy.

Is your half brother your real brother?

A half-brother is someone who shares only one parent with you; either his mother or his father is your biological parent as well. Hence the term half-brother. A stepbrother, on the other hand, has no blood connection with either of your biological parents.