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Would the word "Sun" be an abstract or concrete noun?
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Hi Guest,

I think it is a concrete noun. The sun physically exists.



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concrete noun
n.
A noun, such as flower or rain, that denotes a material or tangible object or phenomenon.

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The word "sun," much like "sunlight" or "moonlight" are common (non-proper), concrete nouns. A concrete noun is a thing that can be touched or SEEN. An abstract noun is something that cannot be seen or touched (e.g., weather, happiness, joy, love).