Hello friends, in today’s Hindi blog we will What is a noun? And How many types of nouns are there? (Sangya Ke Kitne Bhed Hote Hain) In this blog we are going to tell about noun types and examples Learn about it in detail!
Noun is the most important part of Hindi grammar and it is also considered a major foundation of Hindi language. Any object, place, creature, religion, quality are all forms of noun.
Earlier in the blog we What are the differences between the definition of a character and the definition of a character? Told you about it!
To understand and learn Hindi, the mother tongue of the country of India, it is very important to have knowledge of all the important parts of Hindi language like nouns, pronouns, verbs, sentences and letters etc.
So let’s go without any delay in today’s article in Hindi grammar What is a noun? noun distinction with examples (Sangya ke kitne bhed hote Hain), types and examples of nouns Know about it in detail!
What is a noun? – Sangya Kise Kahte hai in Hindi
Sangya Kya Hai: In Hindi grammar, the name of any object, person, animal, place, religion, quality, caste, and verb etc. is called a noun. That is, the sense of the name of a particular object, emotion and creature is called a noun.
in simple words
“Whatever the creations of the world, such as beings, qualities, religions, objects, places etc., each has been given some name, the name itself identifies the creature, place, religion, action etc. and in Hindi grammar. These names are called nouns.
Example sentences of nouns: In this way the examples of nouns can be recognized!
- Animal name: Ram has a cow! (Ram, Cow)
- Attribute Name: Farmers are hardworking! (hardworking)
- Religion Names: People of all religions (Hindu, Muslim, Sikh, Christian) live in India.
- Item name: Karan is writing with a pencil! (Pencil)
- Place Name : India Gate is in Delhi! (Delhi)
How many types of nouns are there? – Sangya Ke Kitne Bhed Hai in Hindi
In Hindi grammar, mainly nouns are divided on two bases, which are as follows!
- on the basis of etymology
- on the basis of meaning
1). difference of nouns on the basis of etymology
On the basis of etymology there are three types of nouns, which are as follows:
- compound noun
- stereotyped nouns
- common noun
1). What is a compound noun called?
Definition of compound noun: Nouns formed by the combination of one or more meaningful words are called compound nouns.
Iceberg is a compound noun because if we separate the words ‘snow’ and ‘block’ of iceberg, then we see that both of them are meaningful words, that is, they mean!
Similarly, school, Himalaya, Madhushala etc. are compound nouns.
2). What is a primitive noun?
Definition of root noun: Nouns that have no meaning when the words are separated. They are called orthodox nouns!
home, if NS And s If you separate it, it has no meaning!
Similarly, if you separate the food and the no, then it has no meaning.
of course they are nouns Nouns whose each clause is meaningless are known as root nouns.
3). What is the noun for yoga?
common noun Definition of: Nouns which have a special meaning or those nouns which give other meaning except their clauses, are called summative nouns.
Water, if water is divided, then ‘Jal’ and ‘J’ are meaningful!
Here Jal means water and J means birth, which means born in water! Many creatures are born in water, but here Jalaj means lotus.
2). nouns on the basis of meaning
There are mainly five types of nouns on the basis of meaning in Hindi grammar. There are differences which are as follows;
- Proper Noun
- Common noun
- collective nouns
- mass noun
- abstract noun
1). What is a proper noun?
The noun in which the name of a particular person, thing and place is understood is called proper noun.
examples of proper nouns
- Person – Mohan, Suresh, Kiran
- Location – Gujarat, Dehradun, Delhi
- Object – Pen, Door, Table etc.!
2). What is a common noun?
The word in which the whole species of an organism or thing is understood, those words are called caste nouns.
examples of common nouns Sentence
Boy, Girl, Himalaya, Mountain, Cat etc!
There are mainly two types of common nouns
3). What is a mass noun?
The words in which there is sense of any metal, substance, material, substance etc., those words are called mass nouns.
Mass noun example sentences
- gold (a substance or substance for jewellery),
- Rice (food ingredient)
- copper (a metal)
4). What is a collective noun?
Noun words, which do not understand the individual person, but the whole group / society is understood, that group / community noun is called!
example sentences of collective nouns
- There are many soldiers in the Indian Army Army.
- There are many books available for reading in this library!
- Police are there in every place, state, country. The same big form is being pointed to!
- It takes a lot of people to make a group!
5). What is a noun phrase?
A noun word which has the sense of state, quality, condition, condition, religion, etc.
types of possessive nouns Sentence
- old age Life is a stage!
- Joy There is a feeling or condition!
- Hindu It’s our religion!
- Anger There is a feeling or condition!
What is the identity of a noun? – Sangya Ki Pehchan Kya Hai
Some noun words are possessive, some words non-verbal, some words countable and some words uncountable.
Zoological: By which there is a sense of any living thing in which there is life!
like: Boy, Girl, Ramesh, Buffalo, Bird etc!
non-vocal: thing that has no life
like: Book, car, river, house, water etc!
Countable: The number of person, thing, substance, etc. that can be known, can be counted!
like: Book, Pencil, Banana, Tree, Man etc!
uncountable: A person, thing, substance, etc. that cannot be counted. His number cannot be known!
like: Milk, water, air, etc.!
Conclusion – Conclusion
Today in this Hindi article we have covered very important part of Hindi grammar. What is the difference between a noun and a noun Also tried to explain all types of nouns and their examples!
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