For adjectives in Farsi (Persian), do they have Masculine, Feminine, and Neuter.
The adjective خوب (Khoob, meaning good), does it have different forms, like in French or Russian?
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I agree with Yellow Sky, however I just need to add that some adjectives which are borrowed from Arabic have actually brought the Feminine and Masculine forms which happen to be actually used a lot in legal/formal context.
An example would be:
محترم and محترمه (meaning respectful, honourable, respected)
Which is a title referred to a man and woman.