See also: genders

English edit

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Etymology edit

From Old French gendre (son-in-law) + the patronymic suffix -s.

Proper noun edit

Genders (plural Genderses)

  1. A surname from Old French.

Statistics edit

  • According to data collected by Forebears in 2014, Genders is the 12949th most common surname in England, belonging to 426 individuals.

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German edit

Pronunciation edit

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Noun edit


  1. genitive of Gender