“Nōmen.”

Latin "nōmen" meaning "Name"

 Types of Latin Nouns

Singular

Plural

Nominative

Genitve

Dative

Accusative

Ablative

Vocative

Noun Declnsions

Noun Genders

Nominative

Genitve

Accusative

Dative

Ablative

Vocative

Declining Noun

Noun Endings

love

hope

intelligence

hate

courage

 Always written with a capital letter

normal lower case words

Stephanus

Marcus

Alex

Roma

Antrim

 

Italia

Irish Sea

Atlantic Ocean

he

she

they (sg)

it

puer

puerlla

non binary

sea inlet

county

country

sea

ocean

boy

girl

non binary

sea inlet

county

country

sea

ocean

table

football

candle

car

building

phone

Identifier:

   *Unique;  A word, in and to itself, unique. proper nouns.

 **General; A word that can represent a "unique identifier" without the need of a "determiner" e.g. a, the, every. pronouns.

 

 

Descriptor:

    ^Unique;   A word that is used as an introduction to help define a "unique identifier" or a "general identifier". common nouns.

   ^^General;  A word that is used to define things made from matter. concrete nouns.

^^^intangible; A word is used to define things absent of matter. abstract nouns.

 

Noun

Noun

10 Types of  American (English) Nouns

Proper Noun

Common Noun

Countable Noun

Uncountible Noun