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 Part of speech most commonly denoting person, place, thing, idea, animal, quality, activity. Part of speech most commonly denoting person, place, thing, idea, animal, quality, activity.
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 Functionally,​ nouns are the heads of noun phrases constituting the subject or object of the sentence, or occur in noun phrases as constituents of prepositional phrases. Functionally,​ nouns are the heads of noun phrases constituting the subject or object of the sentence, or occur in noun phrases as constituents of prepositional phrases.
  
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   * proper   * proper