A noun is a word that names a person, plaace, thing, quality, condition, or emotion.
amere: friend (person)
viveiot: church (place)
blas: grass (thing)
afid: life (condition)
belice: kindness, benevolence (quality)
ame: friendly love (emotion)
Masculine nouns refer to male or masculine persons.
The word amero refers to a male friend (literally, "male one who loves.")
Feminine nouns refer to female or feminine persons.
The word amera refers to a female friend.
Ziese (or neutral) nouns refer to a group of people in the plural form if the group consists of both males and females or to any person of a class or to an object or animal without gender.
The word amereii means "friends," and it implies that there are both male and female friends.
Vaze amereii galeii. I know many friends.
Amere means "friend," and it is used to talk about a friend in general.
Amere amel zu. A friend loves you.
Objects only have neutral gender.
Blas von jovo. Grass (a thing) is green. Blas has no certain gender. It is neutral.
Notice that masculine nouns end in -o, feminine nouns in -a, and neutral nouns in -e or a consonant in singular form; in plural form masculine nouns end in -oyeii, feminine nouns in -ayeii, and neutral nouns in -eyeii or -eii.
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