"Women and men"
Translation:Kadınlar ve erkekler
Bayan, Kadın and dişi is a bit more complicated.
In common usage bayan is used as "Miss" or "Misses"
"Dişi" is the equivalent of "Female" but it is used for non-human things (animals-plats-objects etc.)
In general "Kadın" is used in the meaning of woman and female
Man x Woman = Adam x Kadın
Male x Female = Erkek x Kadın
Bay x Bayan = Mr. x Mrs/Mss.
Is -lar typically seen as a feminine ending and -ler as masculine? I doubt there are inherent gendered qualities to the suffixes but do they typically carry any sort of connotation?
No lar / ler is completely related to the vowel harmony nothing with male or female
Lar is used with the words that last voil character is a,ı,o or u Simitaely ler is used with e,i,ö or ü
The nearest language in pronunciation to turky is frensh . If you know frensh , then Kız ---> kez Kuzu ----> kouzou