Noun

Posted 10:23 by Sailaja Prakash in Labels:

Kinds of Noun:


1. Common Nouns:

Common nouns are:

a. Names of People (ex. man, woman, girl, boy, kid, child.,)

b. Names of Things (ex. books, table, chair, glass.,)

c. Names of Animals (ex. monkey, cat, dog, tiger, lion .,)

d. Names of Places (ex. church, temple, town, city, country, village .,)


Common noun begins with a small letter.

Common nouns are countable.


2. Proper Nouns:


Proper nouns are:

a. Special Names of People (ex: George Bush, Indira Gandhi, Rakesh, Ranjan .,)

b. Special Names of Things (ex: Financial Times, Eenadu, Titan .,)

c. Special Names of Animals (ex: King Kong, Puppy .,)

d. Special Names of Places (ex: Paris, Andhra Pradesh, Vijayawada .,)


A proper noun begins with a capital letter.


3. Abstract Noun:


An abstract noun is the name of something that we can think of or feel but cannot see, taste, touch, hear or smell.

Ex:

Friendship, love, hate, affection, beauty, pleasure, revenge, communication, thoughtful, fairness, annoyance, skill, loyalty, creativity, freedom, courage, nature, loneliness, wisdom, honesty etc.,


A brief List of Abstract Nouns:


Abstract Nouns Meaning Telugu Meaning
Adoration A feeling of profound love and admiration పూజ, అర్చన
Artistry A person whose creative work shows sensitivity and imagination
Belief Any cognitive content held as true నమ్మకం
Bravery A quality of spirit that enables you to face danger or pain without showing fear ధైర్యం, శౌర్యం, వీర్యం
Calm Steadiness of mind under stress నిశబ్దం
Charity A kindly and lenient attitude toward people దయ, కరుణ
Childhood The time of person's life when they are a child బాల్యము
Comfort A state of being relaxed and feeling no pain సౌకర్యము
Compassion A deep awareness of and sympathy for another's suffering కనికరము, జాలి
Dexterity Adroitness in using the hands నేర్పు
Ego An inflated feeling of pride in your superiority to others అహం
Failure An act that fails ఓటమి
Faith Complete confidence in a person or plan etc విశ్వాసము
Feelings Emotional or moral sensitivity (especially in relation to personal principles or dignity)
Friendship The state of being friends (or friendly) స్నేహము
Happiness Emotions experienced when in a state of well-being ఆనందము
Hate The emotion of intense dislike; a feeling of dislike so strong that it demands action అసహ్యము
Honesty The quality of being honest నిజాయితి
Hope The general feeling that some desire will be fulfilled ఆశ
Idea An approximate calculation of quantity or degree or worth అభిప్రాయము
Impression A vague idea in which some confidence is placed
Infatuation Temporary love of an adolescent బుద్ధిహీనత
Joy The emotion of great happiness సంతోషము
Law The collection of rules imposed by authority
Liberty Freedom of choice స్వతంత్రము, స్వేచ్ఛ
Love A strong positive emotion of regard and affection ప్రేమ
Loyalty The act of binding yourself (intellectually or emotionally) to a course of action రాజ భక్తి
Maturity State of being mature; full development
Memory Something that is remembered జ్ఞాపకము
Omen A sign of something about to happen శకునము
Peace The absence of mental stress or anxiety శాంతి
Pride Satisfaction with your (or another's) achievements
Sen: He takes pride in his son's success.
అహంకారము, గర్వము, మదము, పొగరు
Principle A basic truth or law or assumption
Sen: The principles of democracy.
మూల సూత్రము
Power Possession of controlling influence
Sen: He power of his love saved her.
శక్తి, బలము, అధికారము, ప్రభుత్వము
Redemption (theology) the act of delivering from sin or saving from evil ముక్తి
Romance An exciting and mysterious quality
Sadness Emotions experienced when not in a state of well-being దుఃఖము
Sensitivity Sensitivity to emotional feelings (of self and others)
Skill An ability that has been acquired by training సామర్ధ్యము, నేర్పు, ప్రజ్ఞ
Sleep A period of time spent sleeping నిద్ర
Success An event that accomplishes its intended purpose విజయము, కార్య సిద్ధి
Sympathy An inclination to support or be loyal to or to agree with an opinion
Sen: His sympathies were always with the underdog
జాలి, కరుణ
Talent Natural abilities or qualities సామర్ధ్యము, నేర్పు, ప్రజ్ఞ
Thrill Something that causes you to experience a sudden intense feeling or sensation
Truth Conformity to reality or actuality నిజము, యథార్థము, సత్యము, వాస్తవము
Wit A message whose ingenuity or verbal skill or incongruity has the power to evoke laughter చమత్కారము


Abstract nouns are uncountables.


4. Collective Nouns:


Collective nouns are names used for:

A number of people,

A number of things,

A group of animals

together and treated as one.

Ex:

A group of friends, a bunch of bananas, a litter of puppies.


A list of Collective Nouns

People:


Collective Nouns Picture
An army of soldiers
A bevy of beauties / girls

Bevy = a large gathering of people of a particular type.
A band of musicians

Band = a group of musicians playing popular music for dancing.

A band of robbers

Band = an unofficial association of people or groups.
A board of directors

Board = a committee having supervisory powers.

A body of men

Body = a group of persons associated by some common tie or occupation and regarded as an entity.
A bunch of crooks

Bunch = an informal body of friends
A caravan of gypsies

Caravan = a procession (of wagons or mules or camels) travelling together in single file.
A choir of singers

Choir (kwIr) = a chorus that sings a part of ceremony.

A class of pupils
A class of students
A company of actors
A company of soldiers
A congregation of worshippers

Congregation = a group of people who have adhere to a common faith and habitually attend a given church.


A crew of sailors

Crew = the men and women who man a vehicle (ship, aircraft etc.,)

A crowd of spectators

Crowd = a large number of things or people considered together.

A crowd of people
A dynasty of kings

Dynasty = a sequence of powerful leaders in the same family.
A galaxy of beautiful women

Galaxy = a splendid assemblage especially of famous people.
A galaxy of film stars
A gang of crooks

Gang = an association of criminals.
A gang of labourers

Gang = an organized group of workmen.
A gang of prisoners

Gang = an association of criminals.
A gang of robbers

Gang = an informal body of friends
A gang of thieves

Gang = an informal body of friends
A horde of savages

Horde (hord) = a vast multitude or
a moving crowd.

Savage = a member of an uncivilized people.
A host of angels

Host = a vast multitude.

A line of kings or rulers

Line = a formation of people or things one beside another.

A mob of rioters
A group of dancers
A group of singers
A pack of rascals

Pack = a large indefinite number

Rascal = one who is playfully mischievous.
A pack of thieves
A party of friends
A patrol of policemen

Patrol = the activity of going around or through an area at regular intervals for security purposes.
A posse of policemen

Posse = a temporary police force.
A regiment of soldiers

Regiment = army unit smaller than a division.
A staff of employees
A staff of servants
A staff of teachers
A team of players
A tribe of natives

Tribe = Group of people related to blood or marriage.
A troop of scouts

Troop = a group of soldiers.

Scout = a person employed to keep watch for some anticipated event.
A troupe of artists

Troupe = organization of performers and associated personnel (especially theatrical)
A troupe of dancers
A troupe of performers





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