In order to deliver the genders in the word lists, we marked them in colors. This seemed to be the best way in order to help you identify the gender immediately. 

The Colors:

In the most basic forms we will use red for feminine and blue for masculine nouns. Taking Italian as an example, here is a visual for clarification:

 = Feminine
 = Masculine

Some languages will also have neuter nouns, like German. These will remain in black. If you are ever confused about what means what, you can simply have a look at the second column called "Part of Speech", where you will be able to see the noun's gender:

f. noun means it is a feminine noun
m. noun means it is a masculine noun

In the example for German, it looks like this:

f. noun means it is a feminine noun
m. noun means it is a masculine noun
n. noun means it is a neuter noun

When a language is not influenced by masculine or feminine nouns, we leave the colors out, but will have the gender in the second column in case you would like to learn them anyway (which is not always necessary/ recommended for all languages).

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