Name
NOUN

Name NOUN

Between 1980 and 2019 there were 3 births of Noun in the countries below, which represents an average of 0 birth of children bearing the first name Noun per year on average throughout this period.
On the last available year for each country, we count 0 birth.

Other languages  :  
En Français Prénom Noun   
In Italiano Nome Noun   


Information about the first name Noun

The first name Noun has been assigned to:
33.33% to boys
66.67% to girls
The country where the first name Noun is the most common is:
AB Alberta
This first name is on trend: Female
This first name has 4 letters including 2 vowels and 2 consonants

Noun in Japanese *

Romajinon
Katakanaノン
Hiraganaのん
* This is a phonetic conversion, not a translation.
Noun in Japanese
Edit and Download this image

Noun in sign language

Noun in binary language

01101110 01101111 01110101 01101110

Origin and meaning of name Noun

US English
Etymology src :
  • From Middle English noun, from Anglo-Norman noun, non, nom, from Latin nōmen (“noun”), a semantic loan from Koine Greek ὄνομα (ónoma). Doublet of name.
Anagrams src :
Pronunciation src :
  • (UK, US) IPA(key): /naʊn/
  • (Southern American English) IPA(key): /næːn/
  • Rhymes: -aʊn
Verb src :
  • noun (third-person singular simple present nouns, present participle nouning, simple past and past participle nouned)
  • (transitive) To convert a word to a noun.
  • 1974, The Modern Schoolman, page 144:
  • What is not clear is how the nouning of verbs supports Simon's assumed correspondence between mechanical designing and intentional human responses. Is it the very nouning of verbs which indicates that the above correspondence exists?
Noun (Hyponyms) src :
  • See Thesaurus:noun
Noun (Related terms) src :
  • nominal
Noun (See also) src :
  • countable
Noun (Synonyms) src :
  • name, nameword
  • (sensu stricto) noun substantive, substantive noun, substantive, naming word
Noun (Usage notes) src :
  • (narrow sense) In English (and in many other languages), a noun can serve as the subject or object of a verb. For example, the English words table and computer are nouns. See Wikipedia’s article “Parts of speech”.
Middle English
Etymology src :
  • From Anglo-Norman noun, non, nom, from Latin nōmen, a semantic loan from Koine Greek ὄνομα (ónoma). Doublet of name.
Alternative forms src :
  • none, nown, nowne, noune
Noun src :
  • noun (plural nounes)
  • (grammar) noun (part of speech; a category of words including substantives or nouns in the strict sense and adjectives)
  • An appellation.
Pronunciation src :
  • IPA(key): /nuːn/
Noun (Descendants) src :
  • English: noun
Noun (Hyponyms) src :
  • (grammar):
  • noun substantyf
  • noun abstract
  • noune collectyf, nown collectif
  • nowne appellatiue
  • noun adiectyf
Old French
Noun src :
  • noun m (oblique plural nouns, nominative singular nouns, nominative plural noun)
  • Alternative form of nom
Occitan
Etymology src :
  • From Latin non.
Adverb src :
  • noun
  • (Mistralian) no
Alternative forms src :
 

Popularity of the name Noun

Number of NOUN births per year

Total births of Noun by country

Births with the first name Noun
Country
Boys
Girls
ABAlberta
1980 - 2019
1
0
DKDenmark
1985 - 2019
0
1
ITItaly
1999 - 2018
0
1

Comments on the name Noun

Personalities with the first name Noun

There is 0 personality with the first name Noun



Film Actors and Actresses with the first name Noun

There are 0 actor and actress with the first name Noun

Rankings of first name NOUN by country

Country ranking (boys)
RankCountryYear
No ranking of first name NOUN (male) births over the last year available in each country
Country ranking (girls)
RankCountryYear
No ranking of first name NOUN (female) births over the last year available in each country






Do you know browser?

Why not