Barszczow A. N. (orpheus_samhain) wrote in linguaphiles,
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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.
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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".
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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")
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