That word and the world it implies belongs to the French.
This tune and its words belonged to none of them.
But only in the second do the words belong to Shakespeare.
The words don't belong together but each has a special meaning.
The language the words belonged to, however, was not unfamiliar.
The words no longer belonged to an anonymous victim, but to a woman whose face he knew.
Jay asked, as though the word belonged to a foreign language.
Many English words belong to more than one part of speech.
As always, the last word on the subject belongs to Anita.
On the other hand, some words belong to more than one word class.