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    Deputy Human Resource Director

    Is there a term for classifying types of nouns according to voice, singular or plural, or gender?

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    Re: Deputy Human Resource Director

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    Is there a term for classifying types of nouns according to voice, singular or plural, or gender?
    I would say Deputy Director of Human Resources.
    or
    Deputy Director, Human Resources (mail address)

    I am not sure I understand your question.

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    Re: Deputy Human Resource Director

    Many nouns inflect, at least for number,and the set of inflections is called a declension:

    waiter
    waiters
    waitress

    etc.

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