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Hi,

Any word for A person who shows off?
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Hi.

A person who shows off is called ostentatious. However it might look as an adjective but it can also be used as a noun.

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In addition to what my dear friend hrsaneie mentioned I can add these:

showy , pretentious , conspicuous , flamboyant
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You are right Iman.

But all of the above mentioned words are adjectives synonymous to ostentatious as an adjective.

can you think of any nouns for it?

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And unfortunately, ostentatious is not a noun, either. The nouns are: ostentation, showiness, pretension/pretentiousness, conspicuousness, and flamboyance.

None of those, however, refer to a person; they all refer to the quality or condition. The person is, quite appropriately but rather informally, called a show-off. Some more formal semi-synonyms are braggart and grandstander. How would those suit you?
How about bragger or boaster or egotist ?
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Hi,

The basic idea of 'a show-off' is that the person does things, shows things.

With some of these other terms, like 'braggart' and 'boaster', the basic idea is that the person says things.

Clive
"Show-off"

If you are using it in a more derogatory way, and not 100% parallel, "trying too hard".

"He's trying to hard (to impress those girls)."
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