Hmm.. i suppose its either "F" or "F's".
The plural form for the noun memo is memos.
The plural form for the singular noun dot is dots.
The plural is toothpastes.
Much does not have a plural form.
Wizards is the plural form.
The plural form could be Fs.
The usual plural form for words ending in -f or -ef is to drop the f and add ves. There are exceptions to this rule where only an s is added to the end of the words.
Actually, when a noun ends with an F, we generally change it to a VES for the plural. So, calf becomes calves. The word elf becomes elves. Thus, bookshelf in the singular would NOT end with an F in the plural. It would become bookshelves.
take off f and add ves dwarf ~ dwarves
A. formulaii B. The above is incorrect. "Formulae" and "formulas" are correct.
The correct plural of wharf is wharves.Wharves, following the general rule of changing the final f to v when making plurals of words ending in f (or fe).
The plural of loaf is loaves. Some, but not all words ending in F change it to a V and add -es to form the plural (thief-thieves, hoof-hooves).
The plural of knife is knives. The F becomes a V when forming the plural, as in life-lives, half-halves, or leaf-leaves. It is a spelling change that dates to Middle English and the change of vocalization from F to V, as seen in the name Stephen's pronunciation change to Steven.
Bridges is the plural form of bridge.
"Beliefs" does not have a plural form, as it is already plural. Beliefs is the plural form of belief.
There is no plural form for the word, countries. This word itself is a plural.
"Groceries" is the plural form of "grocery."