Let’s start with مُؤَنَّثٌ!
Why we start with the feminine signs and nouns first?
This is because, the existence of the signs in the feminine nouns help to differentiate the two genders.
If a word ends with either Taa’ Marbutah - ـة
or alif mamdudah - اء, the word is classified as feminine or مؤنث.
If the word does not end with these two, then the word is classified as masculine.
Some of the words shown in the post do not have these signs but is still classified as مُؤَنَّثٌ because of the meaning it carries. Example: أُمٌّ does not have the signs, but it means mother and mothers are females. So it does not require any signs to distinguish it from masculine nouns.
Other than that, when we use the feminine nouns in a sentence, the adjective or pronouns must also follow the gender.
Both have the feminine signs/elements.
We will continue on مُذَكَّر tomorrow! Stay tuned!