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60+ Random Noun Generator to Play in 2023

60+ Random Noun Generator to Play in 2023


Lakshmi Puthanveedu 14 Mar 2023 4 min read

Need more ideas for the Random Noun Generator Activity in Class? Ever had one of those situations where you needed to come up with a fun learning activity for one of your English lessons and didn’t know where to start? 

Sure, as a teacher, you can come up with a bunch of activities on your own, but what if there is a tool that can help you generate a list of nouns, adjectives, or words in general?

As nouns can be used to denote a specific thing, place, or person, there’s no data on how many nouns there are in the English language. But a rough estimate states that there could be somewhere between a thousand and a million nouns. 

A random noun generator is such a tool that’ll help you immediately pick a random noun from a big list without any effort whatsoever.

Before we get into the list of nouns you can use for your class, let’s take a look at the noun classifications.

In this guide, we will guide you through creating a Noun Generator on AhaSlides Word Cloud. But if you already have a list on your mind, you can use AhaSlides Spinner Wheel, to choose the types of nouns wanting to show to students!

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What is a Noun?

Simply put, a noun is a word that talks about a specific person, place, or thing. It’s one of the most important parts of a sentence and can play the part of an object, subject, indirect and direct object, object complement, subject complement or even an adjective.

Types of Nouns

As we discussed above, nouns can be a specific thing, a place, or a person’s name. Say, for example, you are talking about a person:

  • Her name is Eva Mary 
  • She is my sister
  • She works as an accountant

Or, you could be talking about a place:

  • Have you seen Mount Rushmore?
  • I slept in the living room yesterday.
  • Have you been to India?

Nouns can also be used to describe things, such as:

  • I can’t find my shoe.
  • Where did you find the cheese?
  • Did Harry catch the golden snitch?

But is that all? 

Nouns can be classified into different categories based on the situation, geographical location, etc. 

Proper Nouns

A proper noun talks about a specific person, place, or thing. Say Disneyland, or Albert Einstein, or Australia. Proper nouns start with a capital letter, irrespective of where in the sentence they are used.

Common Nouns

These are generic names of any item, place, or person. Say when you say she’s a girl. Here, a girl is a common noun and is not capitalised unless used at the start of a sentence.

Common nouns are further categorised into three types:

  1. Concrete nouns – these are used to describe things that are physical or real. Say, for example, “my phone is in my bag.” 
  2. Abstract nouns – are words used to describe something that cannot be explained with our senses. Such as confidence, courage, or fear.
  3. As the name suggests, Collective nouns are used to describe a group of things, people, or places. “I saw a herd of cows.”
Random Noun Generator
Random Noun Generator

List of Random Nouns 

Before jumping to use the Random Noun Generator, here are a few lists of random nouns you can use in your classroom.

20 Proper Nouns:

  1. John
  2. Mary
  3. Sherlock
  4. Harry Potter
  5. Hermoine
  6. Ronald
  7. Fred
  8. George
  9. Greg
  10. Argentina
  11. France
  12. Brazil
  13. Mexico
  14. Vietnam
  15. Singapore
  16. Titanic
  17. Mercedes
  18. Toyota
  19. Oreo
  20. McDonald’s

20 Common Nouns

  1. Man
  2. Woman
  3. Girl
  4. Boy
  5. Time
  6. Year
  7. Day
  8. Night
  9. Thing
  10. Person
  11. World
  12. Life
  13. Hand
  14. Eye
  15. Ears
  16. Government
  17. Organisation
  18. Number
  19. Problem
  20. Point

20 Abstract Nouns

  1. Beauty
  2. Confidence
  3. Fear
  4. Awe
  5. Brilliance
  6. Charity
  7. Compassion
  8. Courage
  9. Elegance
  10. Envy
  11. Graciousness
  12. Hatred
  13. Hope
  14. Humility
  15. Intelligence
  16. Jealousy
  17. Power
  18. Sanity
  19. Self-control
  20. Trust

What is a Random Noun Generator?

Random noun generators are tools that you can use to create lists of nouns. It could be a web-based noun generator or a spinner wheel that you can use during a fun activity in class.

You can use a random noun generator for various activities, such as:

  1. To teach your students new vocabulary
  2. To create engagement and improve creativity

Besides the Random Noun Generator mentioned above, definitely, you still can use this idea and utilize Word Cloud Function, to be one of the very interesting activities to play in class!

Create a Random Noun Generator Using Word Cloud?

Beside providing the list of nouns for your class, instead, you can ask your students to generate more nouns on their own, by using AhaSlides Word Cloud!

This is definitely a fun activity using a word cloud generator to teach vocabulary to kids is easy. Follow these easy steps:

  • Visit AhaSlides Live Word Cloud Generator
  • Click on ‘Create a Word Cloud’
  • Sign Up
  • Create One in AhaSlides Presentation for Free!

Good luck with your own customized random noun generator with AhaSlides!

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