Priest: A priest is a male person who performs religious rituals and rites. The feminine form of priest is priestess. This is not a common gender noun.
The word priestess is a feminine version of priest, which stems from the Old English prēost and its Greek root, presbyteros, "an elder." While hundreds of years ago a priestess was simply a female priest, today's Christians use priest whether they're talking about a man or a woman.
The opposite gender of the priest is the priestess.
The opposite gender of wizard is witches. A witch is the female and a wizard is the male.
In English, the four genders of noun are masculine, feminine, common, and neuter.
A widow (female) or widower (male) is a person whose spouse has died and has usually not remarried.
Bull is the masculine gender, whereas cow is the feminine of bull.
Enchantress (supernatural), a magician, sorcerer, enchanter, wizard; sometimes called an enchantress, sorceress, or witch if female.
The male gender of the fox is called dog ad the female gender of the fox is called Vixen.
Throughout the Catholic Church, East as well as West, a priest may not marry. In the Eastern Catholic Churches, a married priest is one who married before being ordained. The Catholic Church considers the law of clerical celibacy to be not a doctrine, but a discipline.
A Roman Catholic priest is a man called by God to serve Christ and the Church through the reception of the sacrament of Holy Orders. As the Catechism of the Catholic Church states, the priest serves the faithful by building up and guiding the Church in the name of Christ, who is head of the body (CCC #1547).
There are two types of priests within the Catholic Church, religious and diocesan.
Canon lawyers say that there is nothing in church law that forces priests to leave the priesthood for fathering children.
"There is no contradiction in the fact that a priest can marry," said the pope, who for years has been repeatedly asked by various quarters to lift or relax celibacy requirements for priests.
The majority of Anglican provinces now permit the ordination of women as bishops, and as of 2014, women have served or are serving as bishops in the United States, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, Ireland, South Africa, South India, Wales, and in the extra provincial Episcopal Church of Cuba.
Harry, a wizard, is the son of Lily and James Potter. Lily Potter had two parents without any magical ability—i.e., Muggles. Lily's sister, Petunia, does not have the ability either. Hermione is one of Harry's best friends and is a powerful witch.
Weird Sisters, also called Three Witches, the creatures who prophesy the destinies of the main characters in Shakespeare's Macbeth. The term Weird Sisters was first used by Scots writers as a sobriquet for the Fates of Greek and Roman mythology.
Dumbledore refers to Harry, Ron, and Hermione as “three young wizards” when talking to them in the infirmary at the end of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, so wizard is at times used collectively when talking to boys and girls.
Mare is an adult female horse and its opposite gender is Stallion.
The other words: student, scholar and teacher are nouns in common gender form as they can refer to both masculine and feminine genders.
wid·ow·er ˈwi-də-wər. Synonyms of widower. : a man who has lost his spouse or partner by death and usually has not remarried.
Opposite gender for waiter is waitress.
The female Goose is referred to as Goose, whilst the male Gander is referred to as Gander. It's a water geese here. In terms of colour, the male is distinguished from the female by having a distinct colour. In comparison to female geese, male geese are often larger.