Is nature more feminine or masculine ?
- PrinceLv 52 weeks ago
Nature and Nature's God is extremely feminine because She is the Great Mother Goddess and the World; however, She gives birth to men, stags, bulls and other male animals.
- KALAHYAHLv 73 weeks ago
Depends on the name:
Birch, Branch -- I see as masculine names
Everly, Meadow - I see as feminine names
- conley39Lv 73 weeks ago
Neither; nature is genderless.
- LizBLv 73 weeks ago
Nature doesn't have any such distinctions. Notions about masculine and feminine are human inventions.
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- CatherineLv 63 weeks ago
Feminine, as in mother nature
- SnidLv 73 weeks ago
nature is neither feminine or masculine. If you mean to use the word nature as a name for a human it's just silly.
- PRLv 73 weeks ago
Nature is an equal-opportunity force. There are feminine things and masculine things.
If you are referring to a name, then nature is a noun and refers to a lot of things, but not a name.
If you want a name referring to "nature", then pick a name that is a lot more specific such as:
Acacia; Alya; Aveline; Briony; Ellery; Idra; Kezia;
Acton; Addax; Alder; Burl; Cullen; Draco; Hollis; Javor;