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This page pertains to UD version 2.


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
+Deixis Animacy Mood
NumType NounClass Tense
+NumForm Number Aspect
Poss Case Voice
Reflex Definite Evident
+NameType Degree Polarity
+AdpType +Person[psor] +Connegative
+ConjType +Number[psor] Person
Abbr Polite
+Hyph Clusivity
  Index: A abbreviation, ablative, absolute superlative, accusative, active, adverbial participle, affirmative, aorist, article, aspect, associative plural, C cardinal, case, causative voice, collective noun, collective pronominal, comparative degree, conditional, connegative, conjunctive, converb, D dative, definite, definiteness, degree of comparison, demonstrative, distal, deixis, distributive numeral, durative aspect, E emphatic, exclamative, F finite verb, first person, foreign word, formal, fraction, G genitive, gerundive, H human, I imperative, imperfect tense, imperfective aspect, inanimate, indefinite, indefinite pronominal, indicative, infinitive, informal, instrumental, interrogative, iterative, L locative, M mass noun, medial, middle voice, modality, mood, N necessitative, negative polarity, negative pronominal, nominative, non-finite verb, non-human, number, numeral type, O optative, ordinal, P participle, passive, past, perfective aspect, person, personal, plural, plurale tantum, polarity, politeness, positive degree, positive polarity, possessive, present, progressive, pronominal type, prospective, proximal, R range numeral, reciprocal pronominal, reflexive, register, relative, remote, S second person, singular, singulare tantum, subjunctive, superlative, T tense, third person, total, V verb form, verbal adjective, voice
* 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 define such constraints).