Difference between revisions of "Noun"

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This meaning results form ellipsis of the fuller form ''substantive noun'' (= Latin ''nomen substantivum''). In other European Languages, the ellipted part was ''nomen'', so English ''noun'' corresponds to German ''Substantiv'', Russian ''suščestvitel'noe'', etc.
 
This meaning results form ellipsis of the fuller form ''substantive noun'' (= Latin ''nomen substantivum''). In other European Languages, the ellipted part was ''nomen'', so English ''noun'' corresponds to German ''Substantiv'', Russian ''suščestvitel'noe'', etc.
  
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The term noun is used in English (and in French nom) to denote a member of the word class whose members are most typical expressions for things.

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Noun may also refer to

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Origin

This meaning results form ellipsis of the fuller form substantive noun (= Latin nomen substantivum). In other European Languages, the ellipted part was nomen, so English noun corresponds to German Substantiv, Russian suščestvitel'noe, etc.