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French Masculine Nouns Ending in IN

French Masculine Nouns Ending in IN

In French, nouns are either masculine or feminine. While it’s always better to study French vocabulary with the right gender, some endings are specific to masculine or feminine, with a couple of exceptions. In this article, we are looking at French masculine nouns ending in INDon’t forget to use the audio to get the pronunciation right and to download your free PDF at the bottom of the page. 

French Masculine Nouns Ending in IN

Le chagrin | sorrow
Du cumin | cumin
Un bassin | a basin
Un bouquin | a book
Un brin | a strand
Un bulletin | a newsletter
Un chemin | a path
Un cousin | a cousin
Un coussin | a pillow
Un dauphin | a dolphin
Un dessin | a drawing
Un festin | a feast
Un jardin | a yard – a garden
Du jasmin | jasmine
Un lapin | a rabbit
Un lutin | an elf
Un magasin | a shop
Un matin | a morning
Un parchemin | a scroll
Un pin | a pine tree
Un poussin | a chick
Un raisin | a grape
Un requin | a shark
Un sapin | a pine tree
Un vaccin | a vaccine
Du venin | venom
Du vin | wine
Un voisin | a neighbor

Other Endings of French Masculine Nouns

There you have it! French masculine nouns ending in IN.

Remember that while this helps, you should always study French vocabulary with its gender.

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