- Mar 2017
Common nouns are nouns that are not names. For example, "man" אִ֖ישׁ is a common noun but "Moses" מֹשֶׁ֗ה is not.
Suggestion for rephrase:
"In this grammar we distinguish between three types of nouns: proper nouns (names), gentilic nouns (ethnicities), and common nouns (everything else)."
Note: delete the reference to gentilic nouns if the article gets scrapped.
Probalby should put it in the example format in 02.md file