The noun or adjective "plural" means more than one.
The word for one is "singular."
A plural noun is a word for two or more people, places, or things.
The adjective plural describes a noun as more than one.
Swine is the plural if you mean animals, swines is the plural if you mean very bad people.
Do you mean "plural of party?" If so, the plural of party is parties.
If you mean handkerchief, the plural is handkerchiefs
If you mean vulva, the plural is vulvae.
If you mean "Army" then the plural is "Armies".
If you mean the plural of mouse it is mice.
There is no such word. If you mean thankful, there is no plural.
Means is already plural. The singular is mean.
If you mean "miss" as in "madame", the plural is "mesdames".
it could mean 1. They/you (formal plural) were 2. They/you (formal plural) went
I assume you mean "volcano", so the plural of that would be "volcanoes"
If you mean rhinoceros, the plural is rhinoceroses ( although a plural form rhinoceros may be encountered also).
The plural of the noun buzz (a sound) is buzzes. The slang use to mean "a rumored situation" would have no plural.
The plural form of appendix is appendices, but appendixes is also used.The plural of "appendix" depends on its meaning.If you mean a small organ near your bowel, the plural will be "appendixes".If you mean a part at the end of the book/report/etc. containing additional information, the plural of that will be "appendices."
the plural of rebellion
To/for you (plural).
It is the plural for self.
singular means one..plural means alot
Translation: You (plural, familiar) speak
rose plural form