Definition of 名詞 (めいし)

めい

名詞

めいし

meishi

noun
noun(linguistics)
Other readings:
名詞【なことば】[1]
Notes:
  1. out-dated or obsolete kana usage
Related Kanji
name, noted, distinguished, reputation
part of speech, words, poetry
Example sentences(showing 6 results)

アレックス
かみ
」「
かぎ
」「
めい
名詞
、「
あか
」「
みど
」「
いろ
黄色
いろ
おぼ
覚えた
Alex seemed to learn nouns such as "paper," "key" and "cork," and color names such as "red," "green" and "yellow.

Sometimes a verb is derived from a noun and sometimes it is the other way around

せつ
接尾辞
、1:【-ion】「
こうどう
行動
じょうた
状態
てい
過程
けっ
結果
あら
表す
めい
名詞
つく
作る
Suffixes, 1: "-ion" creates nouns that show the meaning of 'action, state, process, results,' and so on

Accordingly, besides noun declension patterns, there also existed a greater variety of verb conjugation patterns than in Modern English

えい
英語
おも
主な
ひん
品詞
: 
めい
名詞
どう
動詞
けいよう
形容詞
ふく
副詞
だいめい
代名詞
ぜん
前置詞
せつぞく
接続詞
かんたん
感嘆詞
In English there are eight main parts of speech: noun, verb, adjective, adverb, pronoun, preposition, conjunction and finally interjection

めい
名詞
しゅうしょく
修飾
けいよう
形容詞
けいようそうとう
形容詞相当語句
Things that modify nouns (adjective, or adjectival equivalent)