Is Hacha masculine or feminine?
hacha = hatchet feminine noun..
Is Arte masculine or feminine?
“Arte” was originally feminine in Latin, but in Spanish it typically works as a masculine noun, specially in singular form: El cine es el séptimo arte (“Cinema is the seventh art”). In plural, as you state in your question, it is usually feminine: Las artes marciales (“Martial arts”).
Is Lapiz masculine or feminine?
Lápiz is gendered masculine in Spansh, so the definite article is el and the indefinite article is un.
Is class feminine or masculine in Spanish?
Class in Spanish is la clase, so it’s gendered feminine.
How do you say art in French?
art [le ~] noun.habileté [la ~] noun.savoir-faire [le ~] noun.tour [le ~] noun.dextérité [la ~] noun.adresse [la ~] noun.aptitude [la ~] noun.trucage [le ~] noun.More items…
Is Leccion a male or female?
Lección es feminino. The common masculine endings are -l, -o, -n, and -r; -a, -d, -ción, and -sión are usually feminine. Of course there are always exceptions, but if you look up a word in your dictionary/on here, it will tell you whether it’s masculine or feminine.
Is Noches masculine or feminine?
día is a masculine noun, and the adjective has to agree with it. Hence ¡Buenos días! noche and tarde are feminine nouns. Thus you get ¡Buenas mañanas! and ¡Buenas tardes!
What does boligrafo mean in Spanish?
pen; ballpoint; ball pen; stylus.
What is Hacha?
Noun. hacha f (plural hachas) axe, hatchet (tool for felling trees or chopping wood) (colloquial) ace, wizard (someone who is especially skilled or unusually talented in a particular field)
Why is Dia masculine?
Día is masculine because it comes from the Proto-Indo-European root *diéus, meaning ‘Sky-god’ (a masculine deity) or ‘daytime sky’. It ended up with a final -a mostly because its immediate Latin progenitor, diēs, was the only masculine word in Latin’s ‘fifth declension’ noun class.