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  • Section - Grammatical Gender
    [The grammatical gender can be used as an alternative for setting the
    gender of an object. The tradional way is to use attributes (male, female,
    neuter, or plural-named).]
    A grammatical gender is a kind of value. The grammatical genders are
    masculine-gender [1], feminine-gender [2], neuter-gender [3], and no-specified-gender [4].
    An object has a grammatical gender. The grammatical gender of an object is usually no-specified-gender.
    Definition: an object is masculine-gendered if its grammatical gender is masculine-gender.
    Definition: an object is feminine-gendered if its grammatical gender is feminine-gender.
    Definition: an object is neuter-gendered if its grammatical gender is neuter-gender.
    The grammatical gender property translates into I6 as "grammatical_gender".
    Include (-
    Property grammatical_gender;
    -) after "Definitions.i6t".
    Gender is a kind of value.
    The genders are Mehrzahl, männlich, weiblich, and sächlich.
    The specification of gender is "Gender represents genders of a thing as one
    of the German language values männlich, weiblich, sächlich, and Mehrzahl. Mainly
    for the use in output texts."