Feminine Noun

Some articles on noun, feminine, nouns, feminine noun:

Basque Language - Grammar
... In each paradigm, each constituent noun can take on any of eight persons, five singular and three plural, with the exception of nor-nori-nork in which the absolutive can only be third person singular or ... verbs because of the two familiar persons—informal masculine and feminine second person singular ... but where the masculine form of the verb uses a -k, the feminine uses an -n ...
Romanian Numbers - Cardinal Numbers - Agreement Between Number Name and Modified Noun
... The number name and the noun it modifies must agree in number and gender ... is simple When the number is 1, the modified noun is put in its singular form, otherwise it takes the plural form, including the case of number 0 and all non-integer ... is somewhat complicated by the fact that the Romanian nouns are classified into three genders masculine, feminine, and neuter ...
Synchronic Lenition - Blocked Lenition
... for example while aon still invokes the rules of blocked lenition, a noun followed by an adjective generally no longer does so ... Hence ad 'hat' (a feminine noun causing lenition) → ad dhonn 'a brown hat' (although some highly conservative speakers retain ad donn) caileag 'girl' (a feminine noun causing lenition) → caileag ...

Famous quotes containing the words noun and/or feminine:

    It will be proved to thy face that thou hast men about thee that usually talk of a noun and a verb and such abominable words as no Christian ear can endure to hear.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    The earth is ready, the time is ripe, for the authoritative expression of the feminine as well as the masculine interpretation of that common social consensus which is slowly writing justice in the State and fraternity in the social order.
    Anna Garlin Spencer (1851–1931)