- Gallery (band), a 1970s musical group
- Gallery (song), a song by Mario Vasquez
- Gallery (magazine), a magazine published by Montcalm Publishing
- The Gallery Project, a photo-viewing application built in PHP
- Gallery Hotel, a hotel in Singapore
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Other articles related to "nouns, proper noun, proper nouns, noun":
... books/are these yours? hiroi hiroi mua buka those are your books Nouns There are two classes of nouns in Roviana ... The first includes kin terms,body parts and some local nouns ... These are used with suffixed personal pronouns such as Nouns of the second class are used with separate possessive words such as Local nouns are formed from verbs by the suffix 'ana' ...
... Proper nouns may be used as common nouns, as members of a unique class of common nouns ... are colloquially called Toyotas the fact that the latter is a common noun can be seen in how it can be modified a Toyota, my Toyota, many Toyotas ... Similarly with nationalities and members of religions America and Christ are proper nouns, American and Christian are not, but retain the capitalization of the proper nouns they are based on ...
... the village was created by using the one-time very popular old Hungarian proper noun “Mérk” as a base ... It is speculated that this proper noun might be rooted in the Slavic proper noun “Mirk” ...
... The term "proper noun" denotes a noun that, grammatically speaking, identifies a specific unique entity for example, England is a proper noun, because it is a name for a specific country, where as dog is ... In English orthography, most proper nouns are capitalized, while most common nouns are not ... As a result, the term "proper noun" has come to mean, in lay usage, "a noun that is capitalized", and "common noun" to mean "a noun that is not capitalized" ...
Famous quotes containing the words noun and/or proper:
“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 (15641616)
“There is a Restlessness springing from the consciousness of power not fully utilized, which must be present wherever there is unused power of whatever kind. This is the restlessness of the germ within the seed, struggling upward and downward towards its proper life. ... it is a striving full of pain, the cutting of tender flesh by the fetters of the captive as he struggles against their pitilessness.”
—Anna C. Brackett (18361911)