Compound nouns

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Compound nouns

Post by Banancy »

Hello first time here,

Which of these is correct and why:

-Athlete Pantheon

-Athletes Pantheon

-or maybe with 's

Basically a hall of fame for individual Athletes. I'm pretty sure it's the first one.

Thanks!

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Re: Compound nouns

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I presume you mean "Athletes' Pantheon" (i.e. a pantheon dedicated to a number of athletes).
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