plural

[Noun] Plural form: plurals. The form of a word to show more than one. e.g. children is the plural form of the word child.
Example: Lots of plural words end in 's'.
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plural

[adj] - grammatical number category referring to two or more items or units 2. [n] - the form of a word that is used to denote more than one
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Plural

see singular
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Plural

Plu'ral adjective [ Latin pluralis , from plus , pluris , more; confer French pluriel , Old French plurel . See Plus .] Relating to, or containing, more than one; designating two or more; as, a plural word. « Plural faith, which is too m...
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Plural

Plu'ral noun (Gram.) The plural number; that form of a word which expresses or denotes more than one; a word in the plural form.
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plural

adjective grammatical number category referring to two or more items or units
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Plural

• (n.) The plural number; that form of a word which expresses or denotes more than one; a word in the plural form. • (a.) Relating to, or containing, more than one; designating two or more; as, a plural word.
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plural

(from the article `North American Indian languages`) ...denoting `you and I`—and an exclusive form—`I and someone other than you.` Some languages also have a distinction in number between singular, ... All the Romance languages continue to mark plurality in nouns and adjectives morphologically, though in mo...
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plural

macula, plural; maculae, singular A small spot or colored area.
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plural

breve, singular; brevia, plural 1. A summary, a short code of instructions, etc. 2. A writ by which a person was summoned or attached to answer an action, complaint, etc. in a court of law. 3. A small curved mark, like a tiny smile, placed over a vowel to signify that the vowel has a short sound; as with such words as: cat, pet, sit, hot, up.
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lipidosis, singular; lipidoses, plural 1. Lipid storage disease. 2. Hereditary abnormality of lipid metabolism that results in abnormal amounts of lipid deposition.
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plural

multipara, singular; multiparae, plural A woman who has borne a live child from each of two or more pregnancies.
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sorority, singular; sororities, plural 1. A body or company of women united for some common objective; especially, for devotional purposes; in the U.S., the female section of a church congregation. 2. A women's society in a college or university. 3. A group of women or girls joined together by common interests, for fellowship, etc.; specifically, a...
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plural

Indication of number. Most English words form their plurals by the addition of s, as in boy, boys; cat, cats; book, books. The ending es is the next most common, as in watch, watches; church, churches;...
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Plural

The plural, in many languages, is one of the values of the grammatical category of number. Plural forms of nouns typically denote a quantity other than the default quantity represented by a noun, which is generally one (the form that represents this default quantity is said to be of singular number). Most commonly, therefore, plurals are used to d...
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plural

A category in the grammar of all languages which refers to more than one object. All languages have a particular means for expressing this category, frequently by using a characteristic inflection.
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