Noun

A noun can co-occur with an article or an attributive adjective. Verbs and adjectives can`t. In the following, an asterisk (*) in front of an example means that this example is ungrammatical. Lexical categories are defined in terms of the ways in which their members combine with other kinds of expressions. The syntactic rules for nouns differ fro....
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Noun

A noun is a word that denotes somebody or something. In the sentence My younger sister won some money in a competition, 'sister', 'money' and 'competition' are nouns. Many nouns (countable nouns) can be singular (only one) or plural (more than one). For example sister/sisters, problem/problems, party/parties. Other nouns (mass nouns) do not normal...
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noun

(from the article `gender`) in language, a phenomenon in which the words of a certain part of speech, usually nouns, require the agreement, or concord, through grammatical ... ...is no doubt that the word river has a unique, individual reference to one single river, namely, the Colorado. This fact, however, does not make a ... [22 r...
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Noun

(Noun (nominative)) A noun is any word that can form the head word in a noun phrase or be the subject or object of a verb. Semantically speaking, a noun is any word that 'labels' or 'names' a person, thing or idea. There are several types of noun: common noun (e.g. computer, sandwich, cats), proper noun (proper nouns are names for individual noun...
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noun

[n] - a word that can be used to refer to a person or place or thing 2. [n] - a word that can serve as the subject or object of a verb
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Noun

• (n.) A word used as the designation or appellation of a creature or thing, existing in fact or in thought; a substantive. • (n.) A word used as the designation or appellation of a creature or thing, existing in fact or in thought; a substantive.
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noun

noun a word that can be used to refer to a person or place or thing
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Noun

[department] Noun is a department of West Province in Cameroon. The department covers an area of 7687 kmĀ² and as of 2001 had a total population of 434,542.The capital of the department lies at Foumban. ==Subdivisions== The department is divided administratively into nine communes and in turn into villages. === Communes === ...
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Noun

Noun noun [ Old French noun , nun , num , non , nom , French nom , from Latin nomen name. See Name .] (Gram.) A word used as the designation or appellation of a creature or thing, existing in fact or in thought; a substantive. » ...
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Noun

a word which names an object
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noun

Grammatical part of speech that names a person, animal, object, quality, idea, or time. Nouns can refer to objects such as house, tree (concrete nouns); specific persons and places such as John Alden, the White House (proper nouns); ideas such as love
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Noun

In English and other natural languages, a word serving as a proper or common name (q.v.). -- A.C.
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noun

noun [Lat.,=name], in English, part of speech of vast semantic range. It can be used to name a person, place, thing, idea, or time. It generally functions as subject, object, or indirect object of the verb in the sentence, and may be distinguished by a number of formal criteria. A noun may be recogn...
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noun

One of the major parts of speech which refers to objects in the non-linguistic world or to notions which are regarded as forming entities parallel to real-world objects, e.g. by showing the property of countability.
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noun

The lexical category of Noun (N) consists of words such as John, truth and electron. In UNIVERSAL GRAMMAR theory, a noun is the HEAD of a lexical phrase, the Noun Phrase. It can also be thought of as a potential SUBJECT of the sentence, The truth hurts.
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noun

The name of a person, thing or quality
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