Proper Nouns

Introduction
Proper nouns refer to unique entities such as people, locations, and organization. Sometimes proper nouns are simple called "names" though many linguists distinguish between the two. In English, words like "Paul", "Miami" and "Greenpeace" are some examples.
Examples דֻּגְמָאוֹת
Play הַמַּמְלָכָה הַמְּאֻחֶדֶת
amamlaha ameuhedet
United Kingdom
Play צָרְפַת
tzarfat
France
Play קָנָדָה
canada
Canada
Play אָדָם
adam
Adam
Play סְפָרַד
sfarad
Spain
Play אַרְצוֹת הַבְּרִית
artzot abrit
United States of America
Play מִצְרַיִם
mitzraim
Egypt
Play רוּסְיָה
rusia
Russia
Play אִירָאן
iran
Iran
Play מֶקְסִיקוֹ
mexico
Mexico
Play יֵשׁוּעַ
ieshu'a
Jesus Joshua
Play טוּרְקְיָה
turkia
turkey
Play אִיטַלְיָה
italia
Italy
Play עֲרָב הַסָּעוּדִית
arav asaudit
Saudi Arabia
Play גֶּרְמַנְיָה
g´ermania
Germany
Play שְׁלוֹמֹה
shlomo
Solomon
Play מִרְיָם
miriam
Mary
Play שָׂרָה
sara
Sarah
Play מִיכָאֵל
mikhael
Michael
Play חַנָּה
jana
Ann
Play יוֹסֵף
iosef
Joseph
Play אַבְרָהָם
avraham
Abraham
Play אִיזֶבֶל
izevel
Elisabeth
Play מֹשֶׁה
moshe
Moses
Play יוֹחָנָן
iojanan
John
Play מֻחַמַּד
muhamad
Mohammed
Play חַוָּה
java
Eve
Play אֱלֹהִים
elohim
God
Play אַלְלָה
alla
Allah
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