The difference of gender in nouns is utilized for the same reason.
Neither nouns nor adjectives undergo any change for gender, number or case.
There is no gender distinction in the third person in Cherokee.
Servants sometimes say "she" of a clock, but every one gives a gender to vessels.
There are only three grammatical cases in which gender matters at all.
Do the distinctions of gender correspond to the distinctions of sex?
They depend on the gender, the number, and the case, of the noun to which it is prefixed.
Is there then no case in which the Interrogative may follow the gender of the subject?
How far is there such a thing as gender in the English language?
The pronoun it (originally hit), as compared with he, is a specimen of gender.