Spanish nouns with different meanings depending on the gender

A list of Spanish nouns that have a different meaning when they are used in masculine or feminine

Spanish vocabulary

el cámara cameraman
la cámara camerawoman
la cámara camera
el capital capital (investment)
la capital capital (capital city of a country)
el cólera cholera
la cólera fury
el coma coma (medical condition "to be in a coma")
la coma comma (punctuation)
el cometa comet
la cometa kite
el cura priest
la cura cure (for an illness)
el editorial leading article on a newspaper
la editorial publishing house
el final end
la final final (match)
el guía guide (man)
la guía guide (woman)
la guía guidebook/directory
el margen margin (e.g. space left blank on a page)
la margen river bank (right or left)
el parte notice/report/dispatch/communiqué
la parte part
el pendiente earring
la pendiente slope
el orden order
la orden order (command e.g. to follow orders)
el radio radius
el radio spoke (bike)
el radio (LatAm) radio
la radio radio
el delta delta (mouth of river)
la delta delta (Greek letter)
el batería drummer (male)
la batería drummer (female)
la batería drum kit
la batería battery
el corte cut
la corte court (law)
la calavera skull
el calavera hedonistic person
el busca pager
la busca search
el mañana future
la mañana morning
el papa pope
la papa potato
el ordenanza orderly
la ordenanza ordinance (norm)
el policía policeman
la policía policewoman
la policía police force
el terminal terminal (IT, computers)
la terminal terminal (transport, station)
el trompeta trumpeter (male)
la trompeta trumpeter (female)
la trompeta trumpet
el vocal member of a board (male)
la vocal member of a board (female)
la vocal vowel
el moral mulberry tree
la moral morals, morality
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