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Nemo, no one, is used of persons only -

1. As a Substantive: -

2. As an adjective pronoun instead of núllus: -

NOTE: Even when used as a substantive, némó may take a noun in apposition: as, - némó scríptor, nobody [who is] a writer.

a. Núllus, no, is commonly an adjective; but in the genitive and ablative singular it is regularly used instead of the corresponding cases of némó, and in the plural it may be either an adjective or a substantive: -

For nón nemó, nón nullus (nón núllí) see § 326. a.