English Words with Gender
I just came across a discussion of the use of "blonde" (fem.) and "blond" (masc.) in English.
"...it is one of the few adjectives in English with separate masculine and feminine forms." -from wikipedia
Which led me to seek other English words with gender. There aren't too many. Here's what I've found:
other ending changes
Then, of course, there are the words than end with "man" or "woman" like
postman/postwoman, etc, etc
All of those are differentiated by word endings. There are also instances of completely different words for different genders, like:
These are the only two in which the masculine is formed from the feminine:
Okay, my curiosity is sated. I can go back to bed now!
Maybe Cara will find this useful for French class.