Asked in Nouns
Is a pet a noun?
Yes, the word pet is an adjective (pet), a verb (pet, pets, petting, petted), and a noun (pet, pets). Example uses: Adjective: This is my new pet project. - I knew someone with a pet raccoon. Verb: Don't pet the dog with sticky hands. - My cat loves it when I pet him. Noun: My new pet is a kitten. - My daughter wants to get a pet. Pet is a noun. A noun is a person place or thing, and an example...
Is the word pet a proper noun?
No, the noun 'pet' is a common noun, a general word for any pet of any kind. A proper noun is the name of an individual person, place or thing. A proper noun for the common noun pet is the name of a pet, for example, "Fifi" or "Spot", or: Pet Street, Foley, MO or Pet Lane Road, Murphy, NC Dave's Soda & Pet City (pet supplies), Springfield, MA Pet Air Carrier (pet shipping service), Roswell, GA ...
Asked in Example Sentences
How can you use the word pet in a sentence as a verb?
Quite easily. The word 'pet' is just a synonym for 'stroke' or 'pat'. Example: "The girl petted the dog affectionately." ...
Asked in English to Hawaiian
How do you say pet Hawaiian?
Oddly enough, we do not use this word as it is in english. We simply say the word for the pet (dog, cat, etc). 1. A 'pet' favorite is Punahele [poo-na-hay-lay], 2. a pet animal is hānai ā huhu [hay-n-I A hoo-loo], 3. and to pet something (like to pet someone's hair) is hamo [ha-mo] ...
Is pet a proper noun or a common noun?
The noun 'pet' is a common noun; a general word for any person or animal especially cherished and indulged; a word for any pet of any kind. A proper noun is the name or title of a specific person, place, or thing; the name of a specific pet, or for example, Global Pet Foods in Brampton, ONT, Canada or Pet Club in Tempe, AZ. ...