What would you like to do?
Apparently in the 19th C or before potato was spelled potatoe - but in the 20thC potato became the correct spelling and potatoes for plural. So now potatoe is considered a misspelling.
6 people found this useful
Was this answer useful?
Thanks for the feedback!
Singular- Potato Plural- Potatoes
POTATO I know that most people think it ends with an E but it doesn't!
Potatoes is the correct plural of potato.
pommes de terre en tranches / lamelles de pomme de terre. "gratin Dauphinois" when cooked with cream and cheese in the oven.
papas / batatas / patatas Papas.
Yes, that is the correct spelling of potato .
Pomme de terre It's literal translation means "apple of the earth
Not since the 19th century. "Potato" used to be spelled "potatoe" the same way words were spelled "towne" and "olde." Nowadays, these words would be considered misspelled.
The correct spelling for the plural noun is peels. The spelling peals is the sound of a bell ringing.
The singular possessive is potato's (refers to one potato). The plural is potatoes and the plural possessive is potatoes' (more than one potato).
The plural of potato is potatoes, so it is mashed potatoes.