a subordinate clause that functions as a noun within a main clause.
a subordinate clause that functions as a subject within the main clause
An example of a noun clause is: What the lady does is none of your business.
[noun] /naʊn/ noun, Grammar. 1. any member of a class of words that can function as the main or only elements of subjects of verbs (A dog just barked), or of objects of verbs or prepositions (to send money from home), and that in English can take plural forms and possessive endings (Three of his […]
noun, Linguistics. 1. a process in word formation by which a compound is created by affixing or infixing a noun to a verb, as in baby-sit, house-hunt, and sleep-walk. 2. this process resulting in a complex verb, as in the Mohawk and Inuit languages.
noun, Grammar. 1. a construction that functions syntactically as a noun, consisting of a noun and any modifiers, as all the men in the room who are reading books, or of a noun substitute, as a pronoun. noun 1. (grammar) a constituent of a sentence that consists of a noun and any modifiers it may […]
- Noun pre-modifier
noun, Grammar. 1. a noun that occurs before and modifies another noun, as toy in toy store or tour in tour group.