Generally, the adjectives have the same properties as in modern Spanish.
See the article on the Spanish
adjectives of one form for masculine and feminine in -al, -ar, -or
have developped feminine forms by adding -a,
The compound adjectives, like djudeoespanyol Judeo-Spanish,
may have or not separate feminine forms.
jeneral (m) : jenerala (f) general;
eskolar (m) : eskolara (f) of the school;
eksterior (m) : eksteriora (f) exterior.
Degrees are formed analytically, with the adverbs más more
and manko less.
Judeo-Spanish has retained the synthetic forms mayor greater,
and menor smaller, while peor
See the Degree
of the Spanish adjective.
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