Wikidata:Property proposal/masculine form

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masculine form of lexeme[edit]

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Descriptionlexeme that is the masculine form of the subject lexeme
Representsmasculine (Q499327)
Data typeLexeme
Domainlexeme
Example 1queen (L1380)king (L9670)
Example 2actrice (L12849)acteur (L13374)
Example 3madre (L47362)padre (L221496)
Example 4lioness (L43104)lion (L17815)
Planned useto be used where it doesn't make sense to add the masculine form as a Form to the subject Lexeme, but instead is considered to be a separate Lexeme
See alsofemale form of label (P2521), male form of label (P3321)

Motivation[edit]

Currently there is no single way to do this. Theklan (talk) 13:47, 25 October 2019 (UTC)

Discussion[edit]

  • Pictogram voting comment.svg Comment are there some examples in other languages where this would apply? Definitely a few more examples would help clarify how this ought to be structured. For example should it apply at the lexeme level, or senses? Perhaps it ought to be a symmetric property that links in both directions (opposite gender form?) ArthurPSmith (talk) 19:44, 25 October 2019 (UTC)