Is Sportif masculine or feminine?

Is Sportif masculine or feminine?


number feminine masculine
plural sportifs
singular sportive sportif

What is Sportif feminine?

sportif m (plural sportifs, feminine sportive) sportsman.

What do you call a non binary parent?

“Cenn” – Short for “Cennend”, gender neutral Anglo-Saxon word for parent. “Nibi” – Derived from N.B. for Non-Binary. You might also just wait for something to organically arise, out of baby talk and nicknames.

What do you call non binary royalty?

Sovereign is gender neutral. Or there word for king is gender neutral, but the magik translation translate is as king as the closest equivalent in english. You can use the name of the kingdom as the title of the ruler.

What do you call ma’am and Sir?

“Ma’am” comes from the more formal “madam,” a term of address once used for a married woman. “Sir,” besides being what folks called knights in merry old England, became a catch-all for addressing a gentleman. Both have been historically used to address people of a certain age without using given names.

Is Sir a male term?

Official unisex term: As ‘Sir’ has so many usages already, make ‘Ma’am’ the official unisex term – The Economic Times.

How do you get a title sir?

The honour of knighthood comes from medieval times, as does the way used to award the knighthood – the touch of a sword by the King or Queen. Men who receive this honour are given the title Sir, while women receiving the honour are called Dame. The award is given for an exceptional achievement in any activity.

What is the pronoun of sir?

they, them, their, theirs, themself sie, hir, hir, hirs, hirself zie, zir, zir, zirs, zirself

So instead of… you may use… which is pronounced…
he/she sie zie “see” “zie”
him/her hir zir “here” like “sir” with a “z”
his/hers hirs zirs “here’s” like “sirs” with a “z”
himself/herself hirself zirself “here-self” Like “sir-self” with a “z

What is XE Xer?

Ze is pronounced like “zee” can also be spelled zie or xe, and replaces she/he/they. Hir is pronounced like “here” and replaces her/hers/him/his/they/theirs.