Monday, September 16, 2013

Nouns - List

Nouns are a part of speech typically denoting a person, place, thing, animal or idea.
Proper Nouns and Common Nouns
Proper nouns are nouns that represent a unique entity (like a specific person or a specific place).
Common nouns which describe an entire group of entities (examples would be the nouns village or women).
Proper nouns as a general rule are capitalized in the English language. Common nouns as a general rule are not capitalized.
Sometimes the same word can function as both a common noun and a proper noun, where one such entity is special. For example the common noun god refers to all deities, while the proper noun God specifically refers to the monotheistic God.
Countable and Uncountable or Noncount Nouns
Countable nouns are common nouns that can become a plural. They can combine with exact numbers (even one, as a singular) or indefinite numbers (like "a" or "an").
Uncountable (or noncount) nouns are different from by the simple fact that  they can't become plural or combine with number words. Examples from English include "indigestion" and "furniture".
Collective Nouns
Collective nouns name groups consisting of more than one individual or entity. The group is a single unit, but it has more than one member. Examples include "family", "committee", "corporation","faculty", "army", and "school".
Concrete Nouns and Abstract Nouns
Concrete nouns refer to their ability to register on your five senses. If you can see, hear, smell, taste, or feel the item, it's a concrete noun.
Abstract nouns on the other hand refer to abstract objects such as ideas or concepts, like the nouns "politeness" or "hatefulness".
Possessive Nouns
A possessive noun is a noun that names who or what has something. The possessive form is used with nouns referring to people, groups of people, countries, and animals.
It also refers to where someone works or plays or spends their time.
Add an apostrophe and s ('s) to form the possessive of most singular nouns (ex. Bob's jacket, the cat's tail, Steven King's books).
Add an apostrophe (') to form the possessive of plural nouns that end with s (ex. retailers' stores, soldiers' weapons, Americans' banks).
Add an apostrophe and s ('s) to form the possessive of plural nouns that do not end with s (ex. geese's nest, children's toys, women's dresses).

A, B
C, D
E , F, G, H
I, J, K, L
O, P, Q, R
S
T, U, V,W,Y,Z
account
cabbage
ear
ice
oatmeal
sack
table
achiever
cable
earth
icicle
observation
sail
tail
acoustics
cactus
earthquake
idea
ocean
salt
talk
act
cake
edge
impulse
offer
sand
tank
action
cakes 
education
income
office
scale
taste
activity
calculator
effect
increase
oil
scarecrow
tax
actor
calendar
egg
industry
operation
scarf
teaching
addition
camera
eggnog
ink
opinion
scene
team
adjustment
camp
eggs 
insect
orange
scent
teeth 
advertisement
can
elbow
instrument
oranges 
school
temper
advice
cannon
end
insurance
order
science
tendency
aftermath
canvas
engine
interest
organization
scissors
tent
afternoon
cap
error
invention
ornament
screw
territory
afterthought
caption
event
iron
oven
sea
test
agreement
car 
example
island
owl
seashore
texture
air
card
exchange

owner
seat
theory
airplane
care
existence
jail

secretary
thing
airport
carpenter
expansion
jam
page
seed
things 
alarm
carriage
experience
jar
pail
selection
thought
amount
cars 
expert
jeans
pain
self
thread
amusement
cart
eye
jelly
paint
sense
thrill
anger
cast
eyes
jellyfish
pan
servant
throat
angle
cat

jewel
pancake
shade
throne
animal 
cats 
face
join
paper
shake
thumb
answer
cattle
fact
joke
parcel
shame
thunder
ant
cause
fairies 
journey
parent
shape
ticket
ants 
cave
fall
judge
park
sheep
tiger
apparatus
celery
family
juice
part
sheet
time
apparel
cellar
fan
jump
partner
shelf
tin
apple
cemetery
fang 

party
ship
title
apples 
cent
farm
kettle
passenger
shirt
toad
appliance
chain
farmer 
key
paste
shock
toe
approval
chair 
father
kick
patch
shoe
toes
arch
chairs 
father
kiss
payment
shoes 
tomatoes 
argument
chalk
faucet
kite
peace
shop
tongue
arithmetic
chance
fear
kitten
pear
show
tooth
arm
change
feast
kittens 
pen
side
toothbrush
army
channel
feather
kitty 
pencil
sidewalk
toothpaste
art
cheese
feeling
knee
person
sign
top 
attack
cherries
feet
knife
pest
silk
touch
attempt
cherry
fiction
knot
pet
silver
town
attention
chess
field
knowledge
pets 
sink
toy 
attraction
chicken 
fifth

pickle
sister
toys 
aunt
chickens 
fight
laborer
picture
sisters 
trade
authority
children
finger
lace
pie
size
trail

chin
finger
ladybug
pies 
skate
train
babies 
church
fire 
lake
pig
skin
trains 
baby 
circle
fireman
lamp
pigs 
skirt
tramp
back
clam
fish
land
pin
sky
transport
badge
class
flag
language
pipe
slave
tray
bag
clock
flame
laugh
pizzas 
sleep
treatment
bait
clocks 
flavor
lawyer
place
sleet
tree
balance
cloth
flesh
lead
plane
slip
trees 
ball
cloud
flight
leaf
planes 
slope
trick
balloon
clouds 
flock
learning
plant
smash
trip
balls 
clover
floor
leather
plantation
smell
trouble
banana
club
flower
leg 
plants 
smile
trousers
band
coach
flowers 
legs
plastic
smoke
truck
base
coal
fly
letter
plate
snail
trucks 
baseball
coast
fog
letters 
play
snails 
tub
basin
coat
fold
lettuce
playground
snake
turkey
basket
cobweb
food
level
pleasure
snakes 
turn
basketball
coil
foot
library
plot
sneeze
twig
bat
collar
force
lift
plough
snow
twist
bath
color
fork
light
pocket
soap

battle
comb
form
limit
point
society
umbrella
bead
comfort
fowl
line
poison
sock
uncle
beam
committee
frame
linen
police
soda
underwear
bean
company
friction
lip
polish
sofa
unit
bear
comparison
friend
liquid
pollution
son
use
bears 
competition
friends 
list
popcorn
song

beast
condition
frog
lizards 
porter
songs 
vacation
bed
connection
frogs 
loaf
position
sort
value
bedroom
control
front
lock
pot
sound
van
beds 
cook
fruit
locket
potato
soup
vase
bee
copper
fuel
look
powder
space
vegetable
beef
copy
furniture
loss
power
spade
veil
beetle
cord

love
price
spark
vein
beggar
cork
game
low
print
spiders 
verse
beginner
corn 
garden
lumber
prison
sponge
vessel
behavior
cough
gate
lunch
process
spoon
vest
belief
country
geese
lunchroom
produce
spot
view
believe
cover
ghost

profit
spring
visitor
bell
cow
giants 
machine
property
spy
voice
bells 
cows 
giraffe
magic
prose
square
volcano
berry
crack
girl
maid
protest
squirrel
volleyball
bike
cracker
girls 
mailbox
pull
stage
voyage
bikes 
crate
glass
man
pump
stamp

bird
crayon
glove
manager
punishment
star
walk
birds 
cream
glue
map
purpose
start
wall
birth
creator
goat
marble
push
statement
war
birthday
creature
gold
mark

station
wash
bit
credit
goldfish
market
quarter
steam
waste
bite
crib
good-bye 
mask
quartz
steel
watch
blade
crime
goose
mass
queen
stem
water
blood
crook
government
match
question
step
wave
blow
crow
governor
meal
quicksand
stew
waves 
board
crowd
grade
measure
quiet
stick
wax
boat
crown
grain
meat
quill
sticks 
way
boats 
crush
grandfather
meeting
quilt
stitch
wealth
body
cry
grandmother
memory
quince
stocking
weather
bomb
cub
grape
men
quiver 
stomach
week
bone
cup
grass
metal

stone
weight
book
current
grip
mice 
rabbit 
stop
wheel
books 
curtain
ground
middle
rabbits 
store
whip
boot
curve
group
milk
rail
story
whistle
border
cushion
growth
mind
railway
stove
wilderness
bottle

guide
mine
rain
stranger
wind 
boundary
dad
guitar
minister
rainstorm
straw
window 
box
daughter
gun
mint
rake
stream
wine
boy
day

minute
range
street
wing
boys 
death
hair
mist
rat
stretch
winter
brain
debt
haircut
mitten
rate
string
wire
brake
decision
hall
mom
ray
structure
wish
branch
deer
hammer
money
reaction
substance
woman
brass
degree
hand
monkey
reading
sugar
women
bread
design
hands 
month
reason
suggestion
wood
breakfast
desire
harbor
moon
receipt
suit
wool
breath
desk
harmony
morning
recess
summer
word
brick
destruction
hat
mother
record
sun
work
bridge
detail
hate
motion
regret
support
worm
brother
development
head
mountain
relation
surprise
wound
brothers 
digestion
health
mouth
religion
sweater
wren
brush
dime
hearing
move
representative
swim
wrench
bubble
dinner
heart
muscle
request
swing
wrist
bucket
dinosaurs 
heat
music
respect
system
writer
building
direction
help

rest

writing
bulb
dirt
hen
nail
reward


bun
discovery
hill 
name
rhythm

yak
burn
discussion
history
nation
rice

yam
burst
disease
hobbies
neck
riddle

yard
bushes
disgust
hole
need
rifle

yarn
business
distance
holiday
needle
ring

year
butter
distribution
home 
nerve
rings 

yoke
button
division
honey
nest 
river



dock
hook
net
road

zebra 

doctor
hope
news
robin 

zephyr

dog
horn
night
rock

zinc

dogs 
horse
noise
rod

zipper

doll
horses 
north
roll

zoo

dolls 
hose
nose
roof



donkey
hospital
note
room



door
hot
notebook
root



downtown
hour
number
rose



drain
house
nut
route



drawer
houses 

rub



dress
humor

rule



drink
hydrant

run



driving






drop






drug






drum






duck 






ducks 






dust