The plural of the word half is halves.
For example: He kept both halves of the cake for himself.
The noun 'scales' is a plural noun, a word form two or more.The singular noun is 'scale'.
The noun genius is the singular form, the plural form is geniuses.
The noun form 'cut' is singular; the plural form is 'cuts'.
No, the noun 'faculty' is a count noun, a word with a singular and a plural form. The plural form of the noun is 'faculties'.
Arguments is in the plural form for the singular noun argument.
There seems to be differing opinions on the plural form for the noun gross. Half the dictionaries consulted use the singular noun form for both singular and plural (one gross, two gross), the other half uses the plural form grosses.
No, Mice is a plural noun. Mouse is the singular noun.
The noun children is the plural form of the singular noun child.
No, the noun 'farm' is the singular form; the plural form is farms.
Vita is singular. The plural form of vita is vitae
The noun 'dish' is the singular noun. The plural form is 'dishes'.
The noun 'beauty' is the singular form; the plural form is beauties.
Analysis is the singular form, and analyses is the plural form.
The form thief is the singular noun; the plural form is thieves.
The noun coach is the singular form. The plural form is coaches.
The noun 'mice' is the plural form of the singular noun 'mouse'.
noun that are plural in form but singular in meaning