All nouns in Hebrew are either Male or Female
Male in Hebrew is the word zakar meaning "marked" or "remembered".
Female in Hebrew neqebah comes from naqab ("Drawn forth" or "Expressed").
Related (in the afterlife) to the consuming flames of hell for those not in Christ
Nouns that are drawn out from objective facts or verbs. A process. Not so simple to define quickly.
Note that frequently in Hebrew a masculine noun is made feminine by adding the letter ה (he) — "a" as in Ishshah (woman) from Iysh (man). Another suffix is ת (tav) — "t". But this is by no means universal.
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