Olives is the plural form.
The plural form of the noun 'olive' is olives.
Yes, the noun olive is a countable noun; one olive or a jar of olives.
The noun 'olives' (the plural form of the noun olive) is a common noun, a general term for a type of small, pitted fruit or a color.A proper noun is the name of a specific person, place, or thing; for example:Mezzetta Garlic Stuffed OlivesThree Olives Italian Restaurant, Ballston Spa, NY"Olives", a novel by Alexander McNabb
The plural of the noun "half" is "halves."
The plural noun for path is paths. The plural noun for patch is patches.
The plural noun of general is generals. Generals is a regular plural noun.
No, Mice is a plural noun. Mouse is the singular noun.
No, it is a possessive noun. Mothers is a plural noun.
It is a plural noun.
The noun 'teeth' is the plural noun. The singular noun is 'tooth'.
A regular plural noun is a noun that is made plural by adding -s or -es to the end of the word.An irregular plural noun is a noun that is made plural in some other way.The noun city is made plural by dropping the ending -y and adding -ies to the end of the word. The plural form for city is cities, an irregular plural.
There is not plural noun for live.