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Universal features

For core part-of-speech categories, see the universal POS tags. The features listed here distinguish additional lexical and grammatical properties of words, not covered by the POS tags.

Lexical features Inflectional features
Nominal* Verbal*
PronType Gender VerbForm
NumType Animacy Mood
Poss Number Tense
Reflex Case Aspect
Foreign Definite Voice
Abbr Degree Evident
  Index: A abbreviation, abessive, ablative, absolute superlative, absolutive, accusative, active, additive, adessive, admirative, adverbial participle, affirmative, allative, animate, antipassive, aorist, article, aspect, associative, B benefactive, C cardinal, case, causative case, causative voice, collective noun, collective numeral, collective pronominal, comitative, common gender, comparative case, comparative degree, complex definiteness, conditional, conjunctive, construct state, converb, count plural, counting form, D dative, definite, definiteness, degree of comparison, delative, demonstrative, desiderative, destinative, direct case, direct voice, directional allative, distributive case, distributive numeral, dual, E elative, elevated referent, emphatic, equative case, equative degree, ergative, essive, evidentiality, exclamative, F factive, feminine, finite verb, first person, firsthand, foreign word, formal, fourth person, fraction, frequentative, future, G gender, genitive, gerund, gerundive, greater paucal, greater plural, H habitual, human, humbled speaker, I illative, imperative, imperfect tense, imperfective aspect, inanimate, indefinite, indefinite pronominal, indicative, inessive, infinitive, informal, instructive, instrumental, interrogative, inverse number, inverse voice, iterative, J jussive, L lative, locative, M masculine, masdar, mass noun, middle voice, modality, mood, motivative, multiplicative numeral, N narrative, necessitative, negative polarity, negative pronominal, neuter, nominative, non-finite verb, non-firsthand, non-human, non-specific indefinite, number, numeral type, O oblique case, optative, ordinal, P participle, partitive, passive, past, past perfect, paucal, perfective aspect, person, personal, pluperfect, plural, plurale tantum, polarity, politeness, positive degree, positive polarity, possessive, potential, present, preterite, progressive, prolative, pronominal type, prospective, purposive case, purposive mood, Q quantifier, quantitative plural, quotative, R range numeral, reciprocal pronominal, reciprocal voice, reduced definiteness, reflexive, register, relative, S second person, set numeral, singular, singulare tantum, specific indefinite, subjunctive, sublative, superessive, superlative, supine, T temporal, tense, terminal allative, terminative, third person, total, transgressive, translative, trial, U uter, V verb form, verbal adjective, verbal adverb, verbal noun, vocative, voice, Z zero person
* The labels Nominal and Verbal are used as approximate categories only. There is no universal rule that a particular feature can only occur with verbs or nominals (although language-specific rules may define such constraints). Even the boundary between lexical and inflectional features is sometimes blurred: for example, gender is a lexical feature of nouns but an inflectional feature of adjectives or verbs.

Alphabetical listing