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Re: Substantial vs. substantive  •  April 17, 2007, 10:24am  •  3 votes

"Substantive", used as a noun, in grammar (or in old grammar terminology) means "noun" or a noun phrase functioning as such in the sentence. The term "substantif" is still used in French grammar.