Barszczow A. N. (orpheus_samhain) wrote in linguaphiles, 2014-03-29 21:18:00 Barszczow A. N. orpheus_samhain linguaphiles 2014-03-29 21:18:00 Previous Share Next Mood: curious Music: Gorillaz "Dare" FRENCH: psychologue(e) Could you, please, confirm or deny that the feminine form of the common noun psychologue exists and is used in French? Wiktionary and my old dictionary don't mention it. Tags: french Post a new comment Error Anonymous comments are disabled in this journal We will log you in after post We will log you in after post We will log you in after post We will log you in after post We will log you in after post Anonymously switch LiveJournal Facebook Twitter OpenId Google MailRu VKontakte Anonymously default userpic Insert Bold Insert Italic Insert Underline Insert Strikethrough Insert Link Insert LJ User Insert Photo Insert Media Your reply will be screened Your IP address will be recorded Post a new comment Preview comment Help 4 comments pauamma March 29 2014, 20:28:37 UTC 1 year ago Collapse Expand New comment Confirmed, it's the same form for both masculine and feminine, which may be why Wiktionary doesn't mention it. But your favorite search engine should point you to a number of instances of "une psychologue" or "la psychologue". Reply New comment orpheus_samhain March 29 2014, 20:35:02 UTC 1 year ago Collapse Expand New comment thank you! Reply New comment sollersuk March 29 2014, 20:37:23 UTC 1 year ago Collapse Expand New comment No separate feminine form; it's common gender - can be either.In all my dictionaries the adjectival meaning is primary, and from the form of the word there would be no difference between masculine and feminine (like "jaune") Reply New comment orpheus_samhain March 30 2014, 16:32:39 UTC 1 year ago Collapse Expand New comment thank you! Reply New comment Post a new comment 4 comments jesuslovesbono wrote in linguaphiles: ←French question bibah003 wrote in linguaphiles: →"To not" or "not to"