Is this a coincidence or have I discovered a fun philological tid bit? In the nominative case, quae is plural neuter and feminine singular. In the nominative case, haec is plural neuter and feminine singular. I would like to include ea and illa too, but almost all neuter plurals in the nominative end in a.
Whether it is an unexplainable coincidence or not, it at least helps me remember the pronouns
Quis doesn’t count because it’s not a true feminine form