ⓘ List of English animal nouns. The following is a list of English animal nouns. This list includes the common names used for the animal in general, names for the ..

                                     

ⓘ List of English animal nouns

The following is a list of English animal nouns. This list includes the common names used for the animal in general, names for the male animal and the female animal where such names exist, the name used for the young or juveniles of the animal, the common name given for the sound the animal makes, if any, the group noun where applicable, and the name of both the natural shelter and an artificial shelter for the animals.

                                     
  • In linguistics, a collective noun refers to a collection of things taken as a whole. Most collective nouns in everyday speech are mundane and not specific
  • L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z See also References List of animal names Glossary of collective nouns by subject at Wiktionary Pepper, Elizabeth 2003
  • References Animal epithet List of collective nouns for animals Lists of animals List of animal sounds wikt: Appendix: Animals a similar list on English Wiktionary
  • correlate with the sex of the noun s referent, particularly in the case of nouns denoting people and sometimes animals Nouns arguably do not have gender
  • noises used by animals for communication. The words which are used on the list are in the form of verbs, though many can also be used as nouns or interjections
  • Proper nouns can also occur in secondary applications, for example modifying nouns the Mozart experience his Azores adventure or in the role of common
  • culture. List of animal names male, female, young, and group List of English animal nouns List of common household pests List of animals by number of neurons
  • form nouns from other nouns or from other types of words, such as - age as in shrinkage - hood as in sisterhood and so on, although many nouns are
  • English nouns are inflected for grammatical number, meaning that if they are of the countable type, they generally have different forms for singular and
  • use during the Middle English period. Modern English retains features relating to natural gender, namely the use of certain nouns and pronouns such as