Nouns have four genders.
Feminine gender: A noun that denotes a female person or animal is said to be of the feminine gender. Examples: girl, queen, woman.
Masculine gender: A noun that denotes a male person or animal is said to be of the masculine gender. Examples: boy king, man, cock.
Common gender: A noun that denotes either a male or a female is said to be of the common gender. Examples: student, teacher, doctor.
Neuter gender: A noun that denotes the thing without life that is neither male nor female, is said to be in the neuter gender. Example: table, chair, pencil.
Q. Sort the following words in masculine gender, feminine gender, neutral gender and common gender.
reporter, pencil, baby, bride, football, hospital, husband, lion, bus, vixen