The Olympic Games.
Is Olympic an adjective or adverb?
OLYMPIC (adjective) definition and synonyms | Macmillan Dictionary.
Is Olympic proper adjective?
No, ‘Olympic’ is an adjective of the proper noun ‘Olympics. ‘ ‘Olympics’ is a proper noun because it is referring to a specific event or thing.
Is Olympic a proper noun?
The word “Olympics” is always capitalized because the word refers to the series of events that are a proper noun. … You also should capitalize the words “Winter,” “Summer,” and “Games” when combined with the word “Olympic” or “Olympic.” For example, you would capitalize “Winter Olympics” and “Olympic Games.”
Can I use the word Olympic?
YOU CANNOT —
Say “the Olympics” or any version of the word: Olympic, Olympiads, Olympiad, or even “the Games”. Use the trademarked hashtags: “#Rio2016” or “#TeamUSA.”
What does or stand for in Olympics?
OR = Olympic Record. CR = Championship Record. GR = Games Record. AR = Area (or continental) Record.
Does gold medals need a capital letter?
Adjective (without s) and always capitalized: Olympic gold medal, Olympic organizers, Olympic host city, Olympic flame, etc.
Is Nordic a proper noun?
1 Answer. Nordic isn’t used a noun in a phrase like “Nordic skiing”, it’s an adjective. One might call it a proper adjective and it’s always capitalised. Nordic [sic] adj.
Is Rhino a proper noun?
The noun rhino (or rhinoceros ) is a common gender noun, a word for either a male or a female.
Does Olympic have a capital letter?
The adjective form of the word Olympics is Olympic. You should always capitalize it and use a hyphen when using it as a multiple word adjective (e.g. Olympic-medal winner), especially when it precedes a noun.