Finnish gender

The concept of a grammatical gender does not exist in Finnish. In Finnish there is no masculine, feminine, or neuter article, such as el or la (Spanish), or der, die, or das (German), nor do any nouns or adjectives undergo gender changes in Finnish. Also, the Finnish word hän means either she or he. For example, "Hän meni pankkiin ..." can either mean, "She went to the bank ..." or "He went to the bank ..."

Note: For certain terms, the suffix -tar/-tär1 is used to create the female counterpart of a person. For example, kuningas (English: king) has the counterpart term kuningatar (English: queen). In modern Finnish and aside from the terms kuningatar and tytär (English: daughter), it is uncommon to use the -tar/-tär suffix; if you use this suffix, you will likely sound old-fashioned.
1 To understand why the suffix has two versions, see the documentation about vowel harmony.