When a noun points to something about which you can only think of, it is called an Abstract Noun. Your five senses cannot detect this group of noun. For example: Honesty, truth, justice etc are all abstract nouns.
IT IS A NOUN THAT WE CAN ONLY THINK OR FEEL IS CALLED ABSTRACT NOUN
Bhartesh Garg answered this
an abstract noun is when a noun points to something about which we can only think or feel it is called an abstract noun
Aryan Verma answered this
When a noun points to something about which you can only think or feel, it is called an Abstract Noun.
Riya answered this
An abstract noun is a noun that we can not touch
Ritesh Malik answered this
when noun points on something which we can only feel is a abstract noun
Madhumita Meka answered this
An abstract noun is a noun that you cannot sense, it is the name we give to an emotion, ideal or idea. They have no physical existence, you can't see, hear, touch, smell or taste them. The opposite of an abstract noun is aconcrete noun.