"I answered him, as I thought good,
'As many as red-herrings grow in the wood'."
- Whatever can be "attributed to", that is "said to belong to", a Thing, is called an 'Attribute'. For example, "baked", which can (frequently be attributed to "Buns", and "beautiful", which can (seldom be attributed to "Babies".) )
- When they are the Names of two Things (for example, "these Pigs are fat Animals"), or of two Attributes (for example, "pink is light red").
- When one is the Name of a Thing, and the other the Name of an Attribute (for example,