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Based on the search results provided, the word "banana" can be either masculine or feminine in different languages and regions:

  1. In English, "banana" is a feminine noun. [Not explicitly stated in the results, but this is the standard grammatical gender in English]
  2. In Spanish, there are different words used for "banana" across Latin American countries:
  • In Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay, and parts of Honduras, "banana" (feminine) is used. 
  • In Honduras, Nicaragua, Guatemala, Ecuador, Colombia, and Costa Rica, "banano" (masculine) is used to refer to the banana fruit. 
  • In Mexico, Peru, Chile, Bolivia, Ecuadorian highlands, "plátano" (masculine) refers to bananas. 
  1. In French, the word for banana is "banane" which is a feminine noun. 
  2. In Arabic, the word for banana is "مَوْزَة" (mawza) which is a feminine singular noun. 

So in summary, while "banana" is feminine in English and French, its gender can vary across the Spanish-speaking world, being either masculine ("banano", "plátano") or feminine ("banana") depending on the specific country or region. The search results do not definitively state that "banana" itself is universally masculine across all languages and culture