Proper noun

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A proper noun is the noun that is the name of a specific person, place, or thing. In English, they are normally always capitalized.


  • "man" is not a proper noun, but "Philo Drummond" is.
  • "town" is not proper, but "Jonestown" is.
  • "sword" is non-proper, but "Excalibur" is proper.
  • The only real god is God*.