Is the world capitalized?
Is principal proper noun?
Those idiots have been annoying Jason.
Sachin,Robert,Abraham,Monika,Susan,etc. names a particular person.
Most adjectival phrases, like “world class,” are hyphenated before the noun they modify but are open compounds when they follow a noun or stand on their own, though there are exceptions in both cases. Phrases beginning with self, however, are anomalous.
proper noun. Common nouns refer to generic things while proper nouns refer to specific things. For example, the noun country is a common noun because it refers to a general, non-specific place.
As detailed above, ‘world’ is a noun. Noun usage: There will always be lovers, till the world’s end.
world (noun) world (adjective) world–beater (noun)
World-class. Hyphenated words can be considered single words from the point of view of capitalisation, word counts, word classes etc.
noun. /wərld/ the earth/its people. the world [singular] the earth, with all its countries, peoples, and natural features to sail around the world traveling (all over) the world a map of the world French is spoken in many parts of the world.
In general, the word “world” is lowercase except in three instances. The first instance of when “world” should be capitalized is when used as the first word in a sentence. The second instance when you should capitalize the word “world” is when the word is used as a part of a proper noun. For example, “World War II”.