Learn about Spanish nouns ending in -or
Most nouns that end in -or are masculine.
Have a look at the following examples:
To form the plural of these nouns simply add an -es:
Flor (flower) and labor (work) are some exceptions to this rule as they are feminine!
Remember that the articles and adjectives accompanying these nouns must agree in gender and number.
-or nouns with a feminine form
Be careful!!! If the noun ending in -or can refer to both a man and a woman, e.g. trabajador (worker) or tutor (tutor), then for the female, you need to add an -a:
And their plural will also be different:
-add -es for the male
-add -as for the female
Learn more about Gender of nouns in Spanish: masculine
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