MattPotter4, *Sí, porque el buho pequeño dijo que el color verde es su favorito.
No me encanta vestidos verde; yo proferido el color ROJO, pero, ¡sin la luz roja!* (I hope I said all that correctly! But it's true; red dresses can be bold & beautiful, without being equated to women who work in the red-light districts!)
Learning the words "dress" & "skirt" continually are driving me crazy. I will never, ever use these idiotic words in my life. Maybe something more useful like "up - down", "here - there" or other more useful things would be a million times better than being constantly bombarded with the absolutely stupid words vestido and falda. This is beyond stupid.
Sorry about 2 questions back...i have maccular degeneration in my left eye & i must carefully peruse the screen to make sure i did not blank out a whole word as i often do typing words. I also can avoid the green check strip pretty well now, but have a problem with hitting that paragraph key they set up to also mean GO & i accidentally hit it or only wave over it when trying to erase an incorrect item. Bummer! Yep! The 77 year old lady said, "Bummer!" LOL
Gender amongst nouns doesn't always align with gender amongst people. Think of grammatical gender as another use of the word gender entirely.
Mark Twain noted that in German a turnip has gender but a girl is neuter. (In German there are masculine, feminine, and neuter words). When even the word girl isn't feminine, you can see that grammatical gender does not mean anything about whether the thing is related to males or females.
Why is 'mano' feminine? Why is 'piso' masculine? Why is 'mesa' feminine?
That is simply how Spanish developed. These words came from root words in other languages. Ultimately the question is irrelevant unless you really are interested in word origins. If so, then you can do some online research. There are many sites which will help you with this.