No lingot needed. But, In Spanish, the present perfect tense is formed by using the present tense of the auxiliary verb "haber" with the past participle.
Verbs where the stem is ending on a vowel get an accent on the 'i' of the participle form. It is there to create a hiatus, vocally separating the verb stem from the participle suffix:
- leer - leído
- caer - caído
- oír - oído
- creer - creído
- crear - creado
Because "ea" is not a Spanish diphthong, it doesn't get an accent.
Yes, the same rule applies in Spanish. -ma words that are of Greek origin are masculine.