Arabic Grammar  (Genders)
Masculine (Mas.) and Feminine (Fem.) 

Arabic has two genders  masculine or feminine and there is no common (neuter) gender as in case of English. 

Most common noun end with "Tanween"  ()  more specifically Dammatain (dou pesh) .  The Tanween contains hidden (nun Saakin) "n"  sound  e.g.  "un",  it is equivalent to English indefinite article "a" or "an" (in most cases).  

Note:   In informal conversation the nouns are generally free from "n" sound. 

House (a)

Prophet (a)

Scholar (a)

Religion (a)

Practice Exercise:

New words using dictionary try to find their meaning: