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Remi Villatel wrote:
> These grammatical genders are meant to separate what is or looks like a
> person from what doesn't. During my hard brainshaking, I thought about
> "personal gender" vs "impersonal gender" but I stumbled on "personal
> personal pronoun" and "personal impersonal pronoun" on my search&replace
> path. After a good laugh, I dropped this idea. If you have another idea,
> you're welcome. And not "animate" vs "inanimate"! I just doesn't feel... right.

What about sentient/nonsentient?  The primary use is for your sentient
beings, yes?  With personalized animals also being included.
Rational/Irrational is another terminology I've seen for languages that
have a gender including humans, gods, spirits, etc. vs. one that
doesn't.

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