## Norm vs Noun - What's the difference?
norm | noun |
## As a proper noun is . |

## norm## English## Etymology 1From (etyl) norme, from (etyl), from (etyl) .
## Noun(en noun)
(wikipedia norm)
*Unemployment is the***norm**in this part of the country.
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*Not eating your children is just one of those societal***norms**.
## Hyponyms* (mathematics) absolute value, p -adic absolute value, trivial absolute value
## Derived terms* * * absolute norm * adnorm * age norm * Banach norm * basic norm * Bombieri norm * Chebyshev norm * complex norm * copynorm * * C^{r }-norm
* cross norm
* Dedekind-Hasse norm
* dual norm
* ethical norm
* Euclidean matrix norm
* Euclidean norm
* Euclidean vector norm
* exonorm
* extended norm
* field norm
* flat norm
* four-vector norm
* Frobenius matrix norm
* Frobenius norm
* Frobenius norm function
* grandmaster norm
* graph norm
* Hardy norm
* Hilbert-Schmidt norm
* ideological norm
* induced norm
* ?-norm
* integral flat norm
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* L-infinity norm
* mass norm
* matrix F -norm
* matrix norm
* matrix p -norm
* maximum absolute row column norm
* maximum absolute row sum norm
* maximum norm
* metric induced by a norm
* minimum norm property
* Minkowski norm
* moral norm
* natural norm
* normable
* normed
* norm form
* norm function
* normic form
* normie
* normless
* normlessness
* norm of an ideal
* norm of communism
* norm of disinterestedness
* norm of organized skepticism
* norm of reaction
* norm of reciprocity
* norm of universalism
* norm-referenced
* norm-referencing
* norm-residue
* norm resolvent convergence
* norm theorem
* nuclear norm
* operator norm
* p -adic norm
* peremptory norm
* p -norm
* polynomial bar norm
* polynomial bracket norm
* polynomial norm
* pseudonorm
* quaternion norm
* reduced norm
* regular norm
* relative norm
* semi-norm, seminorm
* sexual norm
* social norm
* spectral norm
* spinor norm
* spinorial norm
* statistical norm
* subordinate norm
* sup norm, sup-norm
* supremum norm
* tobacco-free social norm
* T-norm, t-norm
* trace norm
* uniform norm
* vector norm
* vector p -norm
## Etymology 2## Derived terms* norming## See also* normalize, normalise## External links* *## Anagrams* ---- |
## noun## English(wikipedia noun)
## Noun(en noun)
## Usage notes*(sensu stricto) In English (and in many other languages), a noun can serve as the subject or object of a verb. For example, the English words (table) and (computer) are nouns. See .
## Synonyms* name, nameword *(sensu stricto) noun substantive, substantive
## Hyponyms*(sensu lato) noun substantive = substantive, noun adjective = adjective
* (sensu stricto) See also
## Derived terms* abstract noun * adjectival noun * attributive noun * collective noun * common noun * concrete noun * count noun * mass noun * non-count noun * noun adjunct * noun clause * noun of assemblage * noun of multitude * noun phrase * plural noun * pronoun * proper noun * uncount noun## See also* countable## Verb(en verb)
1992 , Lewis Acrelius Froman, Language and Power: Books III, IV, and V *For example, that females are different from but equal to males is oxymoronic by virtue of the***nouned**status of female and male as kinds of persons.
2000 , Andrew J. DuBrin, The complete idiot's guide to leadership *However, too much***nouning**makes you sound bureaucratic, immature, and verbally challenged. Top executives convert far fewer nouns into verbs than do workers at lower levels.
## Anagrams* English autological terms ---- |