Viewed 61k times 20. That’s because in German, all nouns are capitalized.Yep, every person, place, and thing is capitalized. Something like this would be ideal: You might have noticed something odd about many of the German words you’ve seen—many of them start with capital letters. You’re going to notice one major difference between English and German grammar right away: German noun genders. Active 4 years, 4 months ago. Ask Question Asked 7 years, 4 months ago. If you have doubts about the accuracy consult a dictionary or Google Translate, and you will vouch for the accuracy. Learning German? The 2980 Most Frequently Used German Nouns (With Plural) Anki Deck: soon! I've compiled it over a period of five years. Choose from 500 different sets of 100 common german nouns flashcards on Quizlet. Learn 100 common german nouns with free interactive flashcards. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. So, I decided to share a list of 1000+ German nouns that I wrote out from SPIEGEL and other German newspapers. So not only do you have to remember to capitalize every sentence and "proper" noun like we do in English, you have to capitalize every other thing as well. Memorizing a substantial part of the words in the list would allow you to read German newspapers with little to no use… Start studying 100 most common German nouns. 14. If you do find a mistake though, contact me and I will fix it immediately. All German nouns are one of three genders: masculine, feminine or neutral. For someone who is just starting out with German, this can be really confusing – especially as the genders don’t necessarily seem logical. Has anyone managed to find a list of this kind in a tabular form, possibly with articles? These nouns are some of the more useful ones that I came across in spring of 2014, as I began to read the German press and put together what has now become a Mega Word List with over 19000 words. Everything should be accurate. List of 1000+ (most common) German nouns with plural form. Last updated on September 18, 2020 German-English word list (1498 nouns + 27900-word list) Words in the above list come from major German newspapers. n.