Synonyms for proper noun

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If there is, then, whether the term is a common or a proper noun?

There were some instances of a single inconsistent spelling of a proper noun where it appears more than once.

On the other slip of paper he writes a word, either a common or proper noun.

Thus "John Smith" (particular; proper noun) and "Man" (general; common noun).

Is the following word "united" then, in this place, part of a proper noun, or merely an adjective?

A proper noun often consists of a group of words, some of which are perhaps ordinarily used as other parts of speech.

A proper noun becomes a common noun when used as a name that may be applied to any one of a class of objects.

A common noun becomes a proper noun when used as the particular name of a ship, a newspaper, an animal, etc.

The name of anything personified is regarded as a proper noun and is usually written with a capital letter.

Frank is a proper noun of the masculine gender, in the singular number and third person.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR PROPER NOUN

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