09 November 2009

DUTCH LANGUAGE: Masculine-Feminine name calls (People and animaLs)

Mensen :
Masculine (mannelijk) - Feminine (vrouwelijk) names:
vader - moeder                                                  broer - zus
boer - boerin                                                       vriend - vriendin
man - vrouw                                                        jongen - meisje
leraar - lerares                                                   student - studente
echtgenoot - echtgenote                                   opa - oma
meneer - mevrouw                                             klasgenoot - klasgenote
aap - apin                                                          beer - berin
dar - koningin (bij)                                             beertje - zeugje
beer/rekel - zeugje (das)                                  doffer/kebber - duivin (duif)
woerd - eend                                                      woerhaan - woerhen (fazant)
bok - geit                                                            geertelsel - geervalk (giervalk)
rammelaar - voedster/vooi/moerhaas (haas)         
hert - hinde/hertenkoe                                       ram - ooi      
haan - hen/kloek/klokhen/tiet                           reu/rekel - teef(je)
kanariepiet - pop                                               kater - poes
leeuw - leeuwin                                                 stier - koe
hengst - merrie                                                  stier/bul/bol - koe
beer - zeug/mot (varken)                                  rekel - moer/moervos 
keiler/ever - bagge                                            rekel - wolvin (wolf) 
hommer/hom/gelt - kuiter/kuitvis

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I make this blog for foreigners who will live in this country, THE NETHERLANDS. Foreigners who are engaged or married they have to learn a lot of things about their new home like the culture, architectures, landscape, government, dikes etc. Especially the Dutch language which is very important in their social life. It is very difficult if they cannot communicate with other people. Most people speak Dutch, only few speaks English.
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