Translation:Bonne nuit !
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No! Interjections do not have a gender (masculine or feminine)!
Interjections like "bonjour !", "bonsoir !" and "bonne nuit !" are invariable.
These interjections are neither masculine nor feminine.
See the following link (in French) which explains it very well: https://dictionnaire.lerobert.com/guide/qu-est-ce-qu-une-interjection
I hope in these modern times of gender fluidity that the romance languages will eventually drop the insane assigning of gender to nouns. Day is light, bright, of the sun and considered masculine, and the night is dark, scary and related to the moon so they deem it Feminine. That almost makes sense, but why is a fork considered feminine? Time to make nouns gender-neutral.